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Y^ San Francisco Public Library 

GOVERNMENTMORMIONCES 
SANFR/iNCiSCOPtlSUCUBi^ARY 

REFERENCE BOOK 

Not to be taken from the Library 





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2003 



5mi&imcisco Conimmiity College District 

jit}' College of SmiR'aiicisco/Coimiimiity College Centers 



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Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor 



December 28, 1981 



r^ NOTICE OF CANCELLATION 
AND RESCHEDULING OF 
THE REGULAR MEETING 
OF THE GOVERl>riNG BOARD 
SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

The Governing Board meeting of January 19, 

1982, has been cancelled and rescheduled for 

January 26, 1982, Tuesday, with the Closed 

Session commencing at 5:30 p.m. and the 

Regular Session at 7:30 p.m., 33 Gough Street, 

San Francisco, CA.* 

HERBERT M. SUSSMAN 
CHANCELLOR/ SUPERINTENDENT 
SECRETARY, GOVERNING BOARD 



DOCUMENTS . 



*THIS WILL BE THE ONLY MEETING IN JANUARY 




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33 Gough Street 

San Francisco, California 94103 

(415) 



Governing Board 

San Francisco Community College District 

Julie Tang, President 

Ernest "Chuck" Ayala, Vice President 

Booker T. Anderson. Jr. Robert E. Burton 

John Riordan Dr. Tim WoUred Alan S. Wong 

Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor 



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Clio '^ AGENDA 

"** I Regular and Organizational Meeting 

Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 
l/Zb/(S^2. ^^ Gough Street 

Tuesday, January 26, 1982 

Closed Session - 5:00 p.m. 
Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 



I. Roll Call 

II. Pledge of Allegiance 

III. Election of Officers 

IV. Approval of Minutes, December 15, 1981 



L>QGUiuili-iM'lS DEPT 



V. Reports - Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division f./ic i . 

r?' ; 

VI, Adoption of Agenda 

VII. Chancellor/Superintendent's Resolutions 

Finance (Pages 4-13b) 

Bl - Adoption of Nonresident Tuition Fee Rate in Grades 13 and 14 
for the Fiscal Year 1982-83 

82 - Appropriating $123,120 Additional Funds for the Basic Educ- 

ational Opportunity Grant (Pell Grant) Program of the Community 
College Centers Financial Aid Program for the academic year 
1981-82 

83 - Authorization to contract with the Westminster Retreat, Alamo, 

California (United Cairps Conferences and Retreats), to obtain 
the use of the facility for the Community College Centers 
administrators to participate in a two-day training program 
purchased from the Pacific Institute. Estimated cost to the 
District not to exceed $1,509. 

B4 - Authorization to submit an application for and to accept four 
helicopters from the California State Agency for Surplus 
Property for the Department of Aeronautics, City College of 
San Francisco 

B5 - Authorization to create two Instructor, Schedule II positions 
in the San Francisco Skills Center, Community College Centers 
Division 

86 - Authorizing (1) contract with the San Francisco Housing 

Authority, City and County of San Francisco and (2) appropriate 
funds receivable upon contract approval to conduct a Security 
Guard training program for the period January 20, 1982 to 
February 26, 1982, Community College Centers, $2,238.00 



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B7 - Authorization to transfer $2,000 from Appropriation for 
Contingencies to Other Operating Expenses § Services, 
District Office -« 

Equipment, Supplies S Services (Pages 14-29) 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., less 
than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., $3,000 
or more 

C4 - Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

C9 - Acceptance of Surplus Material 

C18 - Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

Personnel 

D - Classified Personnel, 820126D2-21 (Pages 30-42) 
E - Fifth Amendment Annual Certificated Position 

Resolution, 820126-El (Page 43) 
F - Management Personnel, 820126F1-6 (Pages 44-60) 
G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 820126G1-33 (Pages 61-88) 
H - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

City College, 820126H1-8 (Pages 89-92) 
J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 820126J1-3 (Pages 93-99) 
K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 820126K1-21 (Pages 100-120) 
L - Tax sheltered annuities, 820126-Ll (Pages 121-122) 

Legal (Page 123) 

Ql - Denying Claim of Steven G. Moore against the SFCCD, 
$125.00 

Superintendent's Resolutions (Pages 124-127) 

51 - Adopting contract provisions relating to the collective 

bargaining contract between the San Francisco Community 
College District and AFT Local 2121 - for the years 1981-82, 
1982-83, 1983-84 

52 - Salary recommendation for Certificated Employees - 

Fiscal year 1981-82 

53 - Salary recommendation for Management Certificated Employees, 

Senior Program Supervisors, Confidential Certificated 
Employees, and Contract Management Employees, for the 
fiscal year 1981-82 

54 - High School Program Re-accreditation Self-Study 
Buildings and Grounds (Pages 128-129) 

Wl - Approval of the SFCCD 1983-87 Five-Year State Capital 

Construction Plan and authorization for submittal to the 
Office of the Chancellor, California Community Colleges 

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January 26, 1982 



W2 - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with San 
Francisco Housing Authority for the use of space by 
State Preschool Program 

VIII. Requests to Speak 

IX. Chancellor/Superintendent and Staff Reports 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-Bl 

Adoption of Nonresident Tuition Fee Rate in Grades 13 and 
14 for the Fiscal Year 1982-83 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 76140 reads in part as follows: 

"A community college district may admit and shall charge a tuition fee to 
nonresident students. The district may exempt from all or parts of the fee: 

(a) All nonresidents who enroll for six or fewer units. Exemptions made 
pursuant to this subdivision shall not be made on an individual basis; or 

(b) Any nonresident who is both a citizen and resident of a foreign country, 
provided that the nonresident has demonstrated a financial need for the exemption 
and not more than 10 percent of the nonresident foreign students attending any 
community college district may be so exempted. Exemptions made pursuant to this 
subdivision may be made on an individual basis. 

The nonresident tuition fee shall be set by the governing board of each 
community college district not later than February 1 of each year for the succeed- 
ing fiscal year. Such fee may be paid in installments, as determined by the 
governing board of the district. 

The fee established by the governing board pursuant to the preceding paragraph 
shall represent for nonresident students enrolled in 30 semester units or 45 quar- 
ter units of credit per fiscal year (a) the amount which was expended by the dis- 
trict for the current expense of education as defined by the California Community 
College Budget and Accounting Manual in the preceding fiscal year increased by 
the projected percent increase in the United States Consumer Price Index as deter- 
mined by the Department of Finance for the current fiscal year and succeeding fis- 
cal year and divided by the average daily attendance of all students (including 
nonresident students) attending in the district in the preceding fiscal year, or 
(b) the current expense of education in the preceding fiscal year of all dis- 
tricts increased by the projected percent increase in the United States Consumer 
Price Index as determined by the Department of Finance for the current fiscal 
year and succeeding fiscal year and divided by the average daily attendance of 
all students (including nonresident students) attending all districts during the 
preceding fiscal year. However, should the district's preceding fiscal year 
average daily attendance of all students attending in the district in noncredit 
courses be equal to or greater than 10 percent of the district's total average 
daily attendance of all students attending in the district, the district in 
calculating (a) above may substitute instead the data for current expense of 
education in grades 13 and 14 and average daily attendance in grades 13 and 14 
of all students attending in the district. 

The governing board of each community college district shall also adopt a 
tuition fee per unit of credit for nonresident students enrolled in more or 
less than 15 units of credit per term by dividing the fee determined in the 
preceding paragraph by 30 for colleges operating on the semester system and 45 
for colleges operating on the quarter system and rounding to the nearest whole 
dollar. The same rate shall be uniformly charged nonresident students attending 
any terms or sessions maintained by the community college. The rate charged shall 
be the rate established for the fiscal year in which the term or session ends...." 



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For Fiscal Year 1981-82, the per semester unit ncnresident tuition 
fee rate was $72. It has been computed that the current expense of education 
for the College Division (grades 13 and 14) during the Fiscal Year 1980-81 ■■' t^ 
$1893.71 per ADA. Multiplying this by the projected percent Increaaj in tlie 
United States Consumer Price Index as determined by the California Department 
of Finance for the two years of 21.1% and then dividing by 30 semester units, 
we arrive at $76.44, or $76 (rounded), as the 1982-83 per semester unit non- 
resident tuition fee rate. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

PART 1 - NONRESIDENT TUITION FEE 

Section 1 - That in accordance with California Education Code 

Section 76140, the per semester unit nonresident 
tuition fee rate of $76 is adopted for nonresident students enrolled 
in grades 13 and 14 for the Fiscal Year 1982-83. 

SectiLiii 2 - That nonresident students who 

(a) are enrolled in six units or less will not be exempt from 
the nonresident tuition fee; and 

(b) are both citizens and residents of a foreign country will 
not be exempt from the nonresident tuition fee. 

Section 3 - That nonresident tuition fees will be refunded for units 
officially dropped from the student's study list to stu- 
dents filing a petition within three full school weeks after the 
beginnin;^ of instruction in a regular semester, or within one full 
school week after the beginning of instruction in a summer session. 

PART 2 - ACCOUNTING FOR FEES 

Section 1 - That the nonresident tuition fees collected shall be 
deposited to, and checks for tuition refund be drawn 
against, a separate commercial bank account at the Ocean and Faxon 
Branch of the Bank of America, NT & SA. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Submitted by, 



Bernard Foston 

Assistant Dean 

Veterans, Dependents and Nonresidents 

City College 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-B2 

Appropriating $123,120 Additional Funds for the 
Basic Educational Opportunity Grant (Pell Grant) 
Program of the Community College Centers Finan- 
cial Aid Program for the academic year 1981-82. 

President and members: 

Governing Board Resolution No. 810804 -B5 authorized the appropriation 
of $110,880 for the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program to participants 
for the academic year 1981-82. Revisions in this authorization may be accom- 
plished on a scheduled as well as ad hoc basis by means of a Progress Report 
submitted by the Centers and approved by the Department of Education. The 
additional authorization of $123,120 will provide the Centers with the estimated 
funds necessary for the remainder of this academic year. 

In this program all eligible students who have filed an approved BEOG 
student eligibility report will receive financing. Grants will be awarded on 
the basis of strict statutory and Department of Education standards which all 
participating educational institutions must follow. 

The total project cost is $234,000 funded entirely by the grantor. 
Matching funds are not required. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 58202 

which provides that the governing board of any 
community college district may budget and use any unbudgeted 
income provided during the fiscal year from the federal govern- 
ment or other governmental sources, the following General Fund 
Trust budget revision is hereby authorized to cover the following 
project under the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program for 
the period July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982. 

Federal Income from Federal Sources 

Federal Student Financial Aid Program 

Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program CFDA #13,539 $123,120 

Expenditures 

Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program $123,120 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the Govern- 
ment of the United States in the administration of said program. 



1/26/82 - B2 Page 1 






FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to deposit to and expend from a separate commercial bank 
account at Lloyd's Bank, Civic Center Branch, the amounts appropri- 
ated and budgeted for this program in accordance with the Federal 
regulations of the program. 

Submitted by. 



John F. Harrington 
Assistant Director 
Career Guidance/Financial Aid 



Wei ton Meeks 

Director, Student Services 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District •* 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-B3 

Authorization to contract with the Westminster 
Retreat, Alamo, California (United Camps Conferences 
and Retreats), to obtain the use of the facility for 
the Community College Centers administrators to 
participate in a two -day training program purchased 
from the Pacific Institute. Estimated cost to the 
District, not to exceed $1,509. 

President and Members: 

The Community College Centers administrators plan to have a retreat 
on February 3-4, 1982, at the Westminster Retreat, Alamo, California. The 
purpose of this activity will be to present the first set of seminars from 
the "Achieving Your Potential" series purchased from the Pacific Institute. 
The effectiveness of this training depends on the ability to set aside large 
blocks of time away from the workplace to view videotapes, engage in group 
discussions and do individual workbook exercises. A total of twenty hours 
will be spent on this portion of the program to be followed up with additional 
meetings in the City. 

The estimated cost to the District for the use of the facilities 
and meals for all the Centers administrators is not to exceed $1,509.00. 

A Centers administrator will be designated as Administrator-in-Charge 
for the day by the Division President. 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with the Westminster Retreat, Alamo, 
California (United Camps Conferences and Retreats) to obtain 
the use of the facility and four meals for the administrators 
attending a two-day retreat on February 3-4, 1982, at a cost 
not to exceed $1,509.00. 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED 



That the Chancellor /Superintendent and /or 
Vice-chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized 
to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



William H. Svabek 
Assistant Director 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Laurent R. Broussal 

Pr e s id en t 

Community College Centers 



1/26/82 - B3 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-B4 

Authorization to submit an application for and to 
accept four helicopters from the California State Agency 
for Surplus Property for the Department of Aeronautics, 
City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

The California State Agency for Surplus Property will make available 
four Hughes Helicopters, Model 269A, for a total cost of $2,300 which will be 
used in the Aircraft Maintenance Training Program, Aeronautics Department, 
City College of San Francisco. 

In order to meet the conditions as indicated by the California 
State Agency for Surplus Property, the following resolution in the form re- 
quired by the Agency is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS, the San Francisco Communtiy College District, of 33 Gough 

Street, San Francisco, California 94103, hereafter known as 
the APPLICANT, wishes to acquire, has need for, and can utilize in 
its operation federal surplus aircraft of the type described as 
Hughes Helicopter, Model 269A for the use of its Aircraft Maintenance 
Training Program, in accordance with the terms of the Federal Proper- 
ty and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, and the rules 
and regulations applicable thereto; and 

WHEREAS, the APPLICANT has funds available for the acquisition and 
operation of such aircraft; and 

WHEREAS, the APPLICANT agrees to be bound by all the provisions, con- 
ditions, restrictions, and covenants of the standard aircraft 
conditional transfer document, a specimen copy of which has been made 
available for examination; 

BE IT RESOLVED, THEREFORE, that the APPLICANT shall make application 

to the California State Agency for Surplus 
Property for the donation of aircraft of the type described above; and 

FURTHER, that the APPLICANT WILL accept the aircraft selected when 

approved for donation and will pay to the California State 
Surplus Property Agency the service and handling charge involved in 
the donation, and that W. Stuart Millar, Head of the Department of 
Aeronautics, be appointed to represent the APPLICANT in executing any 
necessary applications and transfer documents, including such certifi- 
cations as may be required by law in relation to donations of this 
type. 



1/26/82 - B4 Page 1 



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Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



1/26/82 - B4 Page 2 



Submitted by. 



Jack H. Aldridge 

Assistant Dean, Instruction 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-B5 

Authorization to create two Instructor, Schedule II positions 
in the San Francisco Skills Center, Community College Centers 
Division 

President and Members: 

The Community College Centers Division is hereby requesting that two 
Instructor, Schedule II positions be created in the San Francisco Skills Center 
of the Community College Centers Division. These positions are being created in 
order to maintain quality instructional services and continuity within a very 
successful Psychiatric Technician Program. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982, two Instructor, Schedule II 

positions be created in the San Francisco Skills Center of 
the Community College Centers Division; 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: 



the above positions: 



That authorization be and is hereby given for 
the following General Fund transfer to fund 



From: SFCCD Appn. Al 8940 13022 $19,290 

SF Skills Center - Instructors, Hourly 
(Major Budget Classification - Certificated Salaries) 

To: SFCCD Appn. Al 8940 11025 $19,290 

SF Skills Center - Instructors, Schedule II 
(Major Budget Classification - Certificated Salaries) 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/ Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby author- 
ized to execute all documents necessary to record this transfer on 
the accounts of the San Francisco Controller and the Community College 
District. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 

Chanc el lor/Sup er int end en t 



1/26/82 - B5 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-B6 

Authorizing (1) contract with the San Francisco Housing 
Authority, City and County of San Francisco and (2) 
appropriate funds receivable upon contract approval to 
conduct a Security Guard training program for the period 
January 20, 1982 to February 26, 1982, Community College 
Centers, $2,238.00. 

President and Members : 

The San Francisco Housing Authority received a grant from the San 
Francisco Mayor's Office to train six Security Guards. The San Francisco 
Housing Authority desires to subcontract with a qualified and accredited 
institution to provide the classroom and field portions of the training. 

The District has the experience and expertise to provide the class- 
room training needed by the program and desires to cooperate with the Housing 
Authority in providing 108 hours of classroom and field training to the program 
trainees. Classes will be conducted by the John Adams Community College Center 
between January 20, 1982 and February 26, 1982. 

Training cost to be funded by the San Francisco Housing Authority 
will be $2,238.00. No District matching funds are necessary. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District is hereby 

authorized to contract with the San Francisco Housing 
Authority, City and County of San Francisco to conduct a Security 
Guard Training Program for the period January 20, 1982 to February 26, 
1982, $2,238.00. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code 

Section 85202, which provides that the 
governing board of any community college district may budget and use 
any unbudgeted income furnished during the fiscal year from federal 
or other governmental sources, the following General Fund Trust budget 
revision is hereby authorized to cover the following project for the 
period January 20, 1982 to February 26, 1982. 

Income from Local Sources 

Housing .Authority $2,238.00 

Expenditures 

Security Guard Training Program $2,238.00 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby autho- 
rized to execute all documents necessary to record this funding on the 
accounts of the Controller and the Community College District and to 
submit any and all reports required by the agreement in the adminis- 
tration of said program. 

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Reviewed and approved as 
to finance: 



Submitted by: 



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Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



ttetbett M. SussMft 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Maxwell Gillette 
Director, John Adams 
Cbinmunity College Center 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Coninuhity College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community Coiiel'^ fce^tfers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-B7 

Authorization to transfer $2,000 from Appropriation for 
Contingencies to Other Operating Expenses & Services, 
District Office 

President and Members: 

By Board Resolution No. 810915-B6, the Governing Board at its 
meeting of September 15, 1981 authorized the transfer of $30,000 from 
Appropriation for Contingencies to provide funds for the search and selection 
of a Chancellor. It is now necessary to provide additional funds of $2,000. 

California Education Code Section 85200 reads in part as follows: 
"The total amount budgeted as the proposed expenditure of the community college 
district for each major classification of district expenditures listed in the 
district budget forms prescribed by the board of governors shall be the maximum 
amount which may be expended for that classification of expenditures for the 
school year. Transfers may be made from the undistributed reserve (appropria- 
tion for contingencies) to any expenditure classification or between expenditure 
classifications at any time by written resolution of the board of education of 
any district governed by a board of education, when filed with the county super- 
intendent of schools and the county auditor, or by written resolution of the 
board of trustees of a community college district not governed by a board of 
education, when approved by the county superintendent of schools and filed 
with the county auditor. A resolution providing for the transfer from the 
undistributed reserve (appropriation for contingencies) to any expenditure 
classification must be approved by a two-thirds vote of the members of the 
governing board; a resolution providing for the transfer between expenditure 
classifications must be approved by a majority of the members of the governing 
board." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85200, 
transfer be made in the General Fund 

From: SFCCD Appn. Dl 8110 90000 $2,000 

District Administration 
Appropriation for Contingencies 

To: SFCCD Appn. Dl 8010 56090 $2,000 

Governing Board 
Other Contractual Services 

(Major Budget Classification - Other Operating 
Expenses and Services) 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this 
transfer on the accounts of the San Francisco Controller and the 
Community College District. 



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Submitted by, 



Tim Wolfred 

Governing Board Member 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



i 



(NOTE: THIS RESOLUTION REQUIRES FIVE (5) AFFIRMATIVE VOTES FOR ADOPTION). 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District "* 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-Cl 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in Individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
$184,068.82 in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




55475 




56568 - 


56570 


57335 




55807 




56626 




57344 - 


57345 


55910 




56653 




57370 - 


57375 


55962 




56693 




57391 - 


57399 


56045 




56721 - 


56727 


57404 




56063 




56735 




57439 - 


57445 


56088 - 


56090 


56742 - 


56745 


57475 




56093 - 


56094 


56781 - 


56790 


57484 - 


57485 


56202 




56797 - 


56799 


57511 - 


57515 


56119 - 


56120 


56808 - 


56815 


57534 




56176 - 


56178 


56833 - 


56834 


57634 - 


57635 


56197 - 


56200 


56871 




57542 - 


57550 


56214 - 


56215 


56891 - 


56893 


57590 




56231 - 


56235 


56931 - 


56935 


57615 - 


57620 


56267 - 


56271 


56970 




57660 




56326 - 


56330 


57042 - 


57045 


57670 




56334 - 


56336 


57064 - 


57065 


57694 




56391 - 


56400 


57076 - 


57085 


57745 




56412 - 


56415 


57089 




57748 




56460 - 


56465 


57116 - 


57125 


57764 - 


57768 


56474 - 


56476 


57136 - 


57142 


57772 




56514 - 


56515 


57267 - 


57270 


57775 - 


57779 


56522 - 


56525 


57279 - 


57280 


57781 




56530 - 


56535 


57284 - 


57290 


57790 




56539 - 


56545 


57320 









TOTAL 



$117,973.20 



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TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


1006A 


$1,356.00 


101 OA 


914.83 


1028A 


980.00 


1031D 


500.00 


1050B 


600.00 


1056B 


1,400.00 


1064B 


39.15 


1097A 


300.00 


1126B 


109.47 


1148A 


142.50 


1153 


350.00 


1154 


674.55 


1155 


500.00 


1401C 


200.00 



( 



TOTAL 



$8,066.50 



MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES 



REVOLVING 


FUND VOUCHERS 


1.036 


$ 


7,075.14 


1.037 




4,218.89 


1.038 




2,224.15 


1.039 




3,920.19 


1.040 




5, I '^0.99 


1.041 




5,527.40 


1.042 




8,247.72 


1.043 


— 


4,107.62 


DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 




AMOUNT 


161 


$ 


2,081.91 


165 




40.00 


168 




80.71 


169 




3.51 


171 




2,383.00 


172 




500.00 


173 




232.45 


177 




824.00 


178 




1,366.40 


179 




86.37 


180 




207.68 


181 




600.00 


1^6 




101.31 



i 



Total 



$40,422.10 



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MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES (continued) 
DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS (continued) 



NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


187 


12,50 


188 


5.30 


190 


1,000.00 


193 


279.30 


194 


1,560.00 


195 


907.50 


201 


261.81 


205 


1,372.81 


207 


220.00 


209 


1,083.80 


211 


557.41 


217 


1,419.07 


218 


90.47 


219 


329.71 



Total 



$17,607.02 



TOTAL 



$58,029.12 



GRAND TOTAL 



$184,068.82 



» 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are reconmiended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. summarized 
below: 



REQUISITIONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS 
NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



1150 


College 


1240 


Centers 


1270 


College 


1237 


College 


1279 


College 


1324 


College 


1336 


College 


1392 


College 


1394 


College 


1399 


District 


1400 


College 


1415 


Centers 



Stereo Microscopes 

Video Program 

Video Equipment 

Microcomputer System Kit 

Microcomputers 

Interferometers 

Printed Forms, Tabulating 

Envelopes 

Office Supplies 

Elevator Repairs 

Copier 

Sewing Machines 



TOTAL 



AMOUNT 
$ 4,793.00 
3,599.00 
7,674.00 
3,515.00 
5,529.00 
6,458.00 
5,376.00 
4,793.00 
3,266.00 
19,470.00 
9,543.00 
3,021.00 
$77,037.00 



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TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION AMOUNT 

1018A District Prepaid Group Dental Care Program $247,749.00 

1019A District Prepaid Group Prescription Drug Plan 22,400.00 

1085A College Library Information Retrieval Services 4,000.00 

1151 District Legal Services 35,000.00 

1156 College Installment Purchase of IBM Copier Model 40 5,828.90 

1157 College Installment Purchase of IBM Copier Model 30 3,291.40 

1158 College Maintenance & Service of IBM Copier Model 30 3,530.00 

TOTAL $321,799.30 



DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



162 
163 
164 
166 

167 
170 
174 

175 
176 
182 
183 
184 
185 



District State Income Tax Deposit 
District Federal Income Tax Deposit 
Mailing Permit # 8905 



College 
College 



Funds in Extended Opportunity Programs 
& Services 



District Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 

District Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 

College Funds in Basic Educational Opportunity 
Grant Program 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

District Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 

District Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 



AMOUNT 

48,160.26 

31,329.47 

6,000.00 

20,000. UU 
13,809.82 
13,297.80 

89,940.00 
84,712.50 
4,844.13 
19,973.30 
13,390.84 
31,341.99 
16,229.41 



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DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS (continued) 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



189 
191 
192 
196 
197 
198 

199 
200 
202 

203 

204 
206 
208 
210 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
220 



District Federal Income Tax Deposit 
District Federal Income Tax Deposit 
District Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 
District Federal Income Tax Deposit 
Funds in the SEOG, 1981-82 



College 
Centers 

College 

College 



College 
College 
Centers 
Centers 
College 



Funds in Basic Educational Opportunity 
Grant Program 

National Direct Student Loan Program 

Funds in National Direct Student Loan Program 



District Members' Contributions to State Teachers 
Annuity Fund 

District SFCCD's Required Contributions to 

California State Teachers Retirement System 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

District Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 



Meter Mailing // F8201563 

Utility Costs for Fort Mason Art Center 

Utility Costs for Fort Mason Art Center 

Funds in the SEOG, 1981-82 
District Federal Income Tax Deposit 
District Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 

TOTAL 



AMOUNT 
13,219.92 
16,120.35 
32,432.93 
6,102.98 
40,000.00 

10,880.00 

50,000.00 

5,555.88 

40,997.50 

30,964.14 
346,883.80 

14,868.42 
78,504.66 



Funds in Basic Educational Opportunity Program 800,000.00 



7,500.00 

5,534.19 

6,651.48 

40,000.00 

16,488.54 



3,079.42 



$1,958,813.73 



GRAND TOTAL $2,357,650.03 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor Superintendent 



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Submitted by, 



Jun Iwaraoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District ^ 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-C4 

Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

President and Members: 

Listed below is an encumbrance in connection with the maintenance 
and repair of San Francisco Community College District facilities. Investiga- 
tion indicates that the work is necessary and desirable for the conduct of the 
schools, and therefore it is recommended for approval of the Governing Board. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the services 

indicated as listed and that authority be and is hereby 
given for the encumbrance of funds against the budget for these 
purposes : 

Work Order Description Amount 

37 SFCCD Appn. Al 8943 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Building Repair, for emergency maintenance and repairs 
to Community College Centers facilities as authorized 
by the SFCCD for the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $12,000.00 

Previous Work Order 2,000.00 

This Work Order $10,000.00 

38 SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56090 OTHER CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 

To extend period through 6/30/82: 

Services of the Purchasing Department, Bureau of 

Reproduction and Blueprinting, in connection with 

construction projects. City College, for the 

period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. Time Extension Only. 

39 SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 43000 SUPPLIES 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Use of Purchaser's Central Shops Gas Stations for 
Purchase of gas and oil during the period 
7/1/81 - 6/30/82 

Revised Amount $6,000.00 

Previous Work Orders 3,200.00 

This Work Order $2,800.00 

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Work Order Description Amount 



40 



SFCCD Appn. Dl 8410 56021 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR M 

CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 

To extend period through 6/30/82: 

Services of the Purchaser's Central Shops Tor the 

maintenance and repair of District Office Division 

automotive equipment as needed during the period 

7/1/81 - 6/30/82. Time Extension Only 



41 SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56021 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 

CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Purchaser's Central Shops for the 
malntcuance and repair of automotive equipment, to 
include coverage for replacement of tires. City 
College, as needed during the period 7/1/81 - 
7/30/82. Revised Amount $14,000.00 

Previous Work Orders 6,000.00 

This Work Order $8,000.00 



42 SFCCD Appn. Dl 8410 56021 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 

CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 

To extend reriod through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Purchasing Department, Central 
Shops, for the maintenance and repair of District 
Office Division non-automotive equipment as needed 
for the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. Time Extension Only. 



i 



43 SFCCD Appn. Al 8948 56021 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 

CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Purchasing Department, Central 
Shops, for the maintenance and repair of the Community 
College Centers non-automotive equipment as needed 
for the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $2,000.00 

Previous Work Order 1,000.00 

This Work Order $1,000.00 



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Work Order Description ^ Amount 

44 SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56021 MAINTENANCE 6. REPAIR 

CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Purchaser's Central Shops for the 
maintenance and repair of non-automotive equipment. 
City College, during the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $22,000.00 

Previous Work Order 6,000.00 

This Work Order $16,000.00 



45 SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Street Cleaning, to clean all City College campus roads 
which can be serviced by motor sweeper, for the period 
7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $10,000.00 

Previous Work Order 5,000,00 

This Work Order $5,000.00 



46 SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Street Repair, for repairs to City College campus roads 
and other paved areas as needed for the period 
7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $5,500.00 

Previous Work Order 2,000.00 

This Work Order $3,500.00 



47 SFCCD Appn. Al 8948 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Street Repair, for repairs to roads and other paved areas 
in various campuses In the Community College Centers 
Division as needed during the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $3,000.00 

Previous Work Order 1,000.00 

This Work Order $2,000.00 

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Work Order Description AmounL 

48 SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

To supplement and extend period through (i, '0/82: 
Services of the Department of Public Work? . Bureau of 
Building Repair, for miscellaneous repairs to City College 
facilities as authorized by the SFCCD for the period 
7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $313,000.00 

Previous Work Orders 193,000.00 

This Work Order $120,000.00 



49 LFCCD :.ppn. CI 6510 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Building Repair, for emergency repairs to City College 
facilities as authorized by the SFCCD for the period 
7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $10,000.00 

Previous Work Order 5,000.00 

This Work Order $5,000.00 i 

51 SFCCD Appn. Al 8948 56021 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 

CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Purchasing Department, Central Shops, 
for the maintenance and repair of thp Community College 
Centers Automotive equipment as needed for the period 
7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $4,000.00 

Previous Work Order 1,000.00 

This Work Order $3,000.00 



52 SFCCD Appn. Al 8948 56021 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 

CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Department of Electricity for the 
maintenance and repair of auxiliary fire alarm panel and 
associated master fire alarm box equipment and circuitry. 
Community College Centers, for the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 
Revised Amount $500.00 

Previous Work Order 300.00 



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This Work Order $200.00 



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Work Order 



Description 



Amount 



53 



SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56021 



MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 
CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 



To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Department of Electricity for the 
maintenance and repair of auxiliary fire alarm panel and 
associated master fire alarm box equipment and circuitry. 
City College, for the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 
Revised Amount $500.00 

Previous Work Order 250.00 

This Work Order 



$250.00 



5A 



SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56021 



MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 
CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 



To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Department of Electricity for the 
maintenance and repair of City College police radio 
system for the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $500.00 

Previous Work Order 250.00 

This Work Order 



$250.00 



55 SFCCD Appn. Al 8948 56090 OTHER CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 

To supplement and extend period through 6/30/82: 
Services of the Real Estate Department in connection with 
the renting of classrooms and facilities for the Community 
College Centers for the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $28,000.00 

Previous Work Order 14.000.00 

This Work Order $14,000.00 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District "* 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-C9 

Acceptance of Surplus Material 

President and Members: 

The following miscellaneous surplus supplies have been made avail- 
able and donated to the San Francisco Community College District. The charges 
for transportation and handling represented by these transactions are approxi- 
mately 15% or less of their market value. 

TOTAL COST 
TO SCHOOL 
DISTRICT 



INVOICE NUMBER REQUISITION 

& DATE NUMBER 

49887 9/18/81 6710-10-320 College 

50667 12/18/81 6710-12-102 College 

50A30 11/20/81 6710-1-082 College 

50430 11/20/81 8915-12-75 Galileo 



SCHOOL DESCRIPTION 



Instructional Supplies 

Instructional Supplies 

Instructional Supplies 

Instructional Supplies 



$ 450.00 
120.00 
733.00 
120.50 

$1,424.20 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given for the 

aceptance of miscellaneous supplies from the California 
State Department of Education State Agency for Surplus Property, and 
further, that authorization be here given for the payment of expenses 
necessary in the handling and transporting of this material from the 
California State Department of Education State Agency for Surplus 
Property. Lists of supplies authorized under this resolution are to 
be placed in the official files of the Secretary of the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District. 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District *• 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-C18 

Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that 
(1) motor vehicles, (2) aircraft, (3) cash, (4) securities, (5) precious 
stones, (6) precious metals, and (7) goods other than (1) to (6) above, with 
a market value exceeding $500.00 be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing 
Board resolution. 

From time to time an item is offered as a gift to the SFCCD to be 
used for educational purposes. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following items as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: Assorted Transistors and Integrated Circuit Sockets 
Donor: Mr. George Whitehill 

Sunrise Electronics 

198 Los Banos Avenue 

Daly City, CA 94014 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,000.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

• 
Item No. 2 

Description: Miscellaneous Electronics Equipment 
Donor: Mr. Charles Brown 

Lore Development Corporation 

922 San Leandro Avenue 

Mountain View, CA 94043 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,385.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

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Itom No. 3 

Di'SL-riptioii: Signal. GencraLor Model ilH 626A 
Donor: Roderic Larrick 

4 El Prado Court 

Santa Rosa, CA 95404 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,000.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

Item No. 4 

Description: Anarobic Incubator by Germ Free 
Donor: Dr. Charles Rolle 

Vallejo General Hospital 
Vallejo, CA 94590 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $900.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: 

Initial Cost (transporation, installation, etc.) - 

3 hrs @ 15/hr truck driver, .22 per mile x 84 miles, toll $ 64.63 
Annual Cost (maintenance, repairs, etc.) $100.00 

Item No. 5 

Description: Miscellaneous Ball or Roll Bearings 
Donor: Mr. Jess Tribulato 

Electrical Appliance 

290 Townsend Street 

San Francisco, CA 94107 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $4,000.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

Item Nc. 6 

Description: 1 - 4 cylinder Diesel Engine #616-916-10-905300 

1-6 cylinder Gas Engine 108 Series Model ID No. 
Donor: Mr. Werner Schumacher, General Manager 

Autohaus Brugger 

201 Main Street 

Redwood City, CA 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $2,800.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



WHEREAS: Mrs. Shirley Kelly, Assistant Dean of Instruction, City 
College, and Dr. Kenneth S. Washington, President, City 
College, declare that the gifts. Items 1, 2 and 3, will enhance 
the Engineering Electronics program; and Dr. Cherie Wetzel, Biology 
Department Head, City College, and Dr. Kenneth S. Washington, Presiden 
City College, declare that the gift. Item 4, will enhance the 
Microbiology program at City College; and Mr. George L. Redden, 
Director, John 0' Co nnell Community College Center, and 
Mr. Laurent R. Broussal, President, Centers Division, declare 
that the gifts. Items 5 and 6, will enhance the Diesel program 
at John O'Connell Community College Center, and recommend the 
acceptance of the gifts, now 



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THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the gifts described above be 

gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and in 
the name of the San Francisco Community College District. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal titles of the 

gifts described above, the Secretary of 
the Governing Board is directed to notify the donors of the 
acceptance of the gifts by the Governing Board. 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwaraoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



I 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-D2 

Eight Amendment to the Annual Classified Position 
Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Annual Classified Positions Resolution enumerates all classified 
positions of the San Francisco Community College District continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget. As positions are created, 
deleted, classified, reclassified or changed as to number of positions, class 
title, or rate of compensation during the year, the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution is amended to reflect these changes. This amendment is such a change. 
The effective date and the nature of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Classified Positions Resolution 1981-82 
as amended be hereby amended as indicated below: 



Amendment 



Class and Item Number 



Compensation 
Schedule 



Section 669010 C - College Division - Salaries 



deleted 
added 



1487 Financial Aids Assistant 
1487 Financial Aids Assistant 



SC 



$ 560 B 674 
560 B 674 



Effective 01/27/82 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 12/21/81 classifying 
above position. 



SC Subject to classification by the Civil Service commission 

Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 820126-D3 to 820126-D21 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 820126-D3 to 820126-D21 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, transfers college aides, releases, resignations, leaves, 
salary increment increases, remove name from records, amendment release, rescindment 
salary increment, abridgement of leave of absence and change of status, all in 
accordance with the Civil Service procedures of the City and County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 

Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



f 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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APPOINTMENTS 



820126-D3 RESOLVED; 

Name 

LACONTCO, Leticia 
HAYES, Jewel 
KWOK, Katherine 
TANGCO, Vilma L. 
TINONGA, Judith E. 
LOPEZ, Alfonso 
LEE, Alice C. 
FINGER, Mary Ann 
RIVERA, Teri 
LEWIS, Johnny 
MADRILLEJOS, Cesar M. 
MENJIVAR, Blanca 
YEE, Hilda 



That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 
duty, location and effective dates as shown below: 



Class 

1220 Payroll Clerk 

1404 Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



District Office 12/21/81-06/30/82 $519 BW 

City College 12/09/81-06/30/82 $448 BW 

J. Adams CCC 12/21/81-06/30/82 $465 BW 

Downtown CCC 12/16/81-06/30/82 $465 BW 

Downtown CCC 01/06/82-06/30/82 $6.7625 H 



1489 TIA Business 

Learning Center, P.T. 
1842 Management CC Centers Div. 12/30/81-06/30/82 $800 BW 

Assistant 
1872 Programmer 

Analyst 
1874 Sr. Programmer City College 

Analyst 
1924 Materials & 

Supplies Supervisor 
2709 School 

Custodian, P.T. 
2709 School 

Custodian, P.T. 
2709 School 

Custodian, P.T. 



Downtown CCC 



District Office 12/16/81-06/30/82 $807 BW 

12/07/81-06/30/82 $929 BW 

12/02/81-06/30/82 $625 BW 

12/15/81-06/30/82 $6.2500 H 

12/07/81-06/30/82 $6.2500 H 

12/02/81-06/30/82 $6.2500^ 



City College 
(Cafeteria) 

City College 
(Cafeteria) 

City College 
(Cafeteria) 



5322 Graphic Artists District Office 12/16/81-06/30/82 ^^-'>7 RV 



820126-D4 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours or $409.00 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



RAMIREZ, Sandra S, 
TANNER, Laurie 
TRAVIS, Frances 
DORAN, Rosemarie 
OROZCO, Martha 
PFEFFER, Richard 

PEAKE, J Wilson 

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Class 



Location 



Effective 



Salarv 



Career Guidance 11/25/81-04/20/82 $4.6750 H 



1402 Jr. Clerk, 

P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. State Presch. 12/14/81-06/21/82 $4.6750 H 

(J. Adams CCC) 
Child Care Ctr. 12/07/81-06/21/82 $4.6750 H 

(J. Adams CCC) 
City College 01/07/82-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 



1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
2615 School Lunchroom City College 12/10/81-06/30/82 $5.7500^'' 

Helper, P.T. ^ 



CC Centers Div. 01/04/82-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 
City College 12/07/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 



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I 



APPOINTMENTS 



820126-D4 
Name 



(Continued) 

Class 



KANEKO, Hiroyuki 

CHOY, Judy Ling 
WONG, Linda 
CAMPBELL, Ira L. 
ORDONEZ, Karen 



2615 School 

Lunchroom Helper, 

P.T. 
3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 
3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 

3597 School Aide 

II, P.T. 

3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 



Location 

City College 
(Cafeteria) 

City College 
(Cafeteria) 
Alemany CCC 

City College 

City College 



Effective 



Salary 



12/10/81-06/30/82 $5.7500 H 

12/07/81-06/30/82 $3.5700 H 

12/02/81-06/30/82 $3.5700 H 

12/09/81-06/30/82 $4.2125 H 

12/04/81-06/15/82 $5.1375 H 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



820126-D5 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 

3591 College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, salary 
at the rate of $3.57 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



CAM, Lan H. 
CHIU, Kam-Yung 
CUEVAS, Robert Jr. 
DAMSEN, Ronald E. 
ESTEVEZ, Patricia 
KNIGHT, Mary L. 
LEE, Eun 
LUIGI, Ruth M. 
MIER, Robert S. 
MOORE, Gregory E. 



Effective Name Effective 

11/18/81-06/30/82 MORO, Gary 12/16/81-06/30/82 

09/23/81-06/30/82 NAOR, Ruth 12/02/81-06/30/82 

12/02/81-06/30/82 NGUYEN, Cue Thi 11/18/81-06/30/82 

11/18/81-10/30/82 NGUYEN, Thanh C. 12/02/81-06/30/82 

12/16/81-06/30/82 NGUYEN, Thao P. 12/02/81-06/30/82 

10/07/81-06/30/82 NGUYEN, Trung 12/16/81-06/30/82 

11/18/81-06-30/82 SAM, Phuong Yen 12/16/81-06/30/82 

12/02/81-06/30/82 TRING, Khoa T. 11/18/81-06/30/82 

11/04/81-06/30/82 WILLINGHAM, Edward L. 12/02/81-06/30/82 

11/18/81-06/30/82 WORLEY, Elisabeth A. 11/18/81-06/30/82 



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820126-D6 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be apt^ointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab. Attendants), salary at the rate of $l.''->7 ]■>> -■ 
hour not to exceed $409.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dater 
as shown below: 



41 



Name 



Effective 



Name 



Effective 



BROWN, l")orothy J. 
CMNG, Edmund S. 
CHOY, Holly A. 
CRESCI, Thomas J. 
CROTHERS, James M 
GRANT, Philip 
GUARDADO, Franicsco 
HAIMSON, David M. 
H.AMILTON, Reggie Roy 
HUGHES, LyiKi 



12/16/81-06/30/82 JOSE, Eliodoro 12/16/81-06/30/82 

12/02/81-06/30/82 KAHN, Karen 12/02/81-06/30/82 

12/16/81-06/30/82 KORDZIEL, Elaine P. 12/02/81-06/30/82 

12/16/81-06/30/82 LOLENG, Cynthia 11/18/81-06/30/82 

Jr. 12/02/81-06/30/82 MILOSLAVICH, Chris A. 12/02/81-06/30/82 

12/16/81-06/30/82 SPARKS, Maurice Jr. 12/16/81-06/30/82 

12/02/81-06/30/82 STARK, Kervin R. 12/02/81-06/30/82 

11/18/81-06/30/82 SOTELO, Paula M. 11/18/81-06/30/82 

12/02/81-06/30/82 TOBIN, Patrick M. 12/02/81-06/30/82 
12/16/81-06/30/82 



TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

820126-D7 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Exempt Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College REGULAR 
PROGRAM, be transferred to WORK STUDY PROGRAM, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



Name 



Effective 



BAMBRICK, Kenneth M. 
BORRELL, Patricia 
GUNTER, Madeline J. 
JOHNSON, V'Ann 
NGUYEN, Long Due 



12/02/81-06/30/82 
11/18/81-06/30/82 
11/04/81-06/30/82 
12/16/81-06/30/82 
11/18/81-06/30/82 



820126-D8 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College WORK STUDY 
PROGRAM, be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective on dates as 
shown below: 



Name 



Effective 



KANTERE, Kim A. 
LAM, Janice 



11/18/81-06/30/82 
11/04/81-06/30/82 



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TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



820126-D8 



(Continued) 



Name 

SEIBEL, Peter 
WANG, David B. 



Effective 

11/18/81-06/30/82 
12/02/81-06/30/82 



RELEASES 

820126-D9 RESOLVED; 

Name 

MADRILLEJOS, Cesar 
OWENS, Renee 
STEFANSKI, Richard P. 



That the following temporary persons be released close 
of day on dates as shovm below: 



Class 



Location 



2709 School Custodian, City College 

P.T. (Cafeteria) 

3598 School Aide III, Child Care Ctr. 

P.T. (J. Adams CCC) 

3598 School Aide III, S.F. Skills Center 
P.T. 



Effective 
12/11/81 
12/18/81 
08/11/81 



820126-DlO RESOLVED 

on dates 

Name 

SILLARD, Lupe 

MORENO, Norma 

OUELLETTE, Jean M. 

TANGCO, Vilma 

YIAKIS, Margaret R. 

ARAUJO, Gina E. 

GALLION, Marianne A. 

PELLINI, Rosita 

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That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be 
released from their temporary appointments close of day 
as shown below: 



Class 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1869 TIA Computer 

Services Manager, P.T. 
2402 Laboratory Helper, 

P.T. 
2615 School Lunchroom 

Helper, P.T. 



Location 

Child Care center 

(J. Adams CCC) 
J. O'Connell CCC 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 



Effective 

09/09/81 

12/08/81 

12/Q1/81 

12/15/81 

11/30/81 

12/30/81 

08/31/81 

09/11/81 



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RELEASES 



820126-DlO (Continued) 

Name 

McNIGHT, Margaret 

FOOTE, Nancy J. 

GREENWOOD, Jacqueline 

PODLEWSKI, Margaret 

STEWART, Jeffrey 



Class 

3597 School Aide II, 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 



Location Effective 

City College 12/03/81 

S.F. Skills Center 07/31/81 

S.F. Skills Center 09/30/81 

City College 11/30/81 

S. F. Skills Center 08/11/81 



RESIGNATIONS 
820126-Dll RESOLVED; 

Name 

MARCELO, Manolita C. 

JOHNSON, Betty 



That the resignations of the following permanent employees 
be accepted close of day oil dates as shown below: 



Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 

2615 School Lunchroom 
Helper, P.T. 



Location 
City College 
City College 



Effective 
11/27/81 

11/16/81 



820126-D12 RESOLVED; 

Name 

SANSOE, Diana Louise 

SARGIS, Albert Louis 



That the resignations of the following temporary employees 
be accepted close of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 



Location 
City College 
District Office 



Effective 

12/04/81 

12/31/81 



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LEAVES 



820126-D13 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be granted leave of 

absence as shovm below: 

Effec. & 



Name 

WONG, Annie 
RIVERA, Teri 
YEE, Hilda 
LEE, Alice 
RAFAEL, Aurora F. 
LOW, Shirley Y. 



C lass 

1424 Clerk 
Typist 



Location 



Duration 



Reason 



City College 01/07/82 for Maternity leave 
2 months 



1426 Sr. Clerk Downtown CCC 12/02/81 

Typist 



To accept temp. 



(Indefinite) 1924, same dept. 

1426 Sr. Clerk City College 12/16/81 To accept temp. 

Typist (Indefinite) 5322, same dept. 

1650 Accountant District 12/16/81 To accept temp. 

Office (Indefinite) 1872, same dept. 

1650 Accountant City College 12/02/81 for Personal business 

4 weeks 

1872 Programmer District 11/20/81 for Personal business 
Analyst Office 4 months 



SALARY INCREMENT 
INCREASES 

820126-D14 RESOLVED: That the salaries of the following named persons be 

increased effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

LEDERFEIND, Linda 

WU, Marva 



Class 



Location 



Effec, 



From 



To 



02/27/82 $586 B $614 



1446 Sr. Clerk Steno. Parent 

Education 
(J. Adams CCC) 
1486 Educational District 02/26/82 $596 B $625 
Credentials Tech. Office 



REMOVE NAME 
FROM RECORDS 



820126-D15 



RESOLVED: That the name of Samuel LEW, 1650 Accountant on permanent 

duty at the District Office, be removed from the records 
close of day 11/11/81 due to accepting a permanent position as 1842 
at the District Attorney Family Support Bureau. 



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AMENDMENT 
RELEASE 



820126-D16 



i 



RESOLVED: That the release of Dennis K. ALFARO, temporary 3598 School 

Aide III, P.T., on Resolution No. 811215-Dll effective 10/03/81 
be amended to be effective 11/03/81. 



RESCINDMENT 
SALARY INCREMENT 

820126-D17 RESOLVED: That the salary increment of Marva WU, permanent 1486 Educ, 

Credentials Technician assigned to District Office, to be 
effective 12/03/81 on Resolution No. 811215-D19, be rescinded. 



ABRIDGEMENT OF 
LEAVE OF ABSENCE 



820126-D18 RESOLVED: That the leave of absence granted to Samuel LEW from his 

permanent position, 1650 Accountant, be abridged cod 
01/11/81 due to accepting a permanent 1842 at the District Attorney 
Family Support Bureau effective 11/12/81. 



i 



820126-D19 RESOLVED 



That the leave of absence granted to Alice C. LEE from her 
permanent position, 1650 Accountant, be abridged 

cod 12/15/81; and effective 12/16/81 she return to her permanent 

position assigned to the District Office. 



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CHANGE OF STATUS ^ 

820126-D20 RESOLVED: That Bavid MYHRE, temporary 1A88 TIA Evaluation Technician 

assigned to City College, be released cod 12/01/81; and that 
effective 12/02/81 he be appointed permanent 1A88 TIA Evaluation 
Technician, subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to the 
same department . 



820126-D21 RESOLVED: That Amy T. HO, temporary 1720 Data Entry Operator assigned 

to City College, be released cod 12/15/81; and that 
effective 12/16/81 she be appointed permanent 1720 Data Entry Operator, 
subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to the same 
department . 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
As of January 26, 



1220 Payroll Clerk 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1489 TIA Business Learning Center, P.T. 

1842 Management Assistant 

1874 Sr. Programmer Analyst 

2615 School Lunchroom Helper, P.T. 

2615 School Lunchroom Helper, P.T. 

2709 School Custodian, P.T. 

2709 School Custodian, P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES 
(Includes Permanent , Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF January 26. 1982 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


124 


80 


36 


61 


29 


- 


330 


Female 


183 


64 


60 


89 


33 




429 


Total 


307 


144 


96 


\^Q 


62 




7^9 , 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.3 


10.6 


4.7 


8.1 


3.8 




43.5 


Female 


42.1 


8.4 


7.9 


11.7 


4.4 


_ 


56.5 


Total 


40.4 


19.0 


12.6 


19.8 


8.2 




100.0 



Asian Am. Ind. 
White Black Hispanic Pac. Is. Ak. Nat. Other 



Total 



SF - 1980 
Census 



45.9% 



12.7% 



12.3% 



21.7% 



0.5% 



6.9% 



100.0% 



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Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
An. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



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SAN KJIANCISCO CO^L*JUNn'Y COLLHCn DISTRICT 

CALSSIFIKD EMPLOY Lf.S 

(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 

ETHNIC SURVEY 
^ QP January 13, 1981 

KUMBER OF e>:?i.oyi:es 





V?hite 


Black 


Tlispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Ts. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


122 


83 


37 


53 


23 




318 


Female 


197 


68 


AS 


82 


« 
33 


1 


429 


Total 


319 


151 


85 


135 


56 


1 


7A7 



PERCENTAGE 





Vliite 


Black 


} Asian 

Hispanic 1 Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Inc. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.3 


11.1 


5.0 


7.1 


3.1 




42.6 


Female 


26.4 


9.1 


6.4 


11.0 


4.4 


.1 


57.4 


Total 


42.7 


20.2 


11.4 • 


18.1 


7.5 


• .1 


100.0 



SF -1930 
Census 



Asian Am. Ind. 

^^^^ Bl:^rk P ir.Pnnfr P>^c > Is. A k. K,-^. t . 



45. 9Z 



12. 7Z 



12.32 



21. 7Z 



0.52* 



Other 



6.9Z 



Total 



100. o: 



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Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-El 
Fifth Amendment to the 
Annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82, Resolution 
No. 810616-El, enumerates all certificated positions continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the budget. As positions are created, abolished, 
or changed as to number of positions, titles, or rate of compensation during the 
year, the Annual Certificated Position Resolution is amended to reflect these 
changes. This amendment is such a change. The effective date and the nature 
of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82 
is hereby amended as indicated below: 



Amendment 
Positions 

# - 



FTE 



Class Title 



Compensation 



Min. 



Max. 



Car. Inc. 



Section A1102 - Community College Centers Division - 
Instructors 



2 - 1.6 Created 
62 - 49.6 Instructors - Schedule II 



10469 23606 25925 



To create two Instructor - Schedule II positions effective February 8, 1982 

by Resolution 820126-B5. 



SYMBOLS; 



Y Annual rate 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



1/26/82 - El 



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I 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-Fl 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 820126-Fl covers a management personnel item for 
the Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982, through August 19, 1982 

(110 days), PATRICIA ANN WALTON be placed on leave from 
her position as Assistant Director, Downtown Community College Center, 
and that she be appointed as Acting Director, SF Skills Center, vice 
THOMAS HENDERSON, on sabbatical leave. Salary phall be in accordance 
with the 1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, Classification C, Step 2. 



Submitted by. 



I 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



01/26/82-F1 



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RESUME 



Ms. Patricid Ann Walton 

20 Terrace View Court, Apartment 3 

Daly City California 94015 



Business Phone: 
Home Phone: 



(415) 239-3665 
(415) 991-1050 



OBJECTIVES: 



EMPLOYMENT 
HISTORY: 



A challenging position with opportunities to utilize 
strong management skills. Including creative problem- 
solving and effective decision-making, with ample 
opportunities for growth and accomplishment, in an 
organization with well-defined goals, and a results- 
oriented management. 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, Instruction and Student Personnel Services 
San Francisco Community College District, Downtown Community 
College Center, 800 Mission Street, San Francisco, Ca., 1978- 
to present. 

Responsible for an instructional staff of 83 and Student 
Personnel Services, including supervision of counseling and 
clerical staff, serving a student body of approximately 9,000 
per semester. 

Areas supervised include: Business, Computer Studies, Commun- 
ication and Language Arts, Math, and Special Interest courses. 
Responsibilities include: development and maintenance of a 
comprehensive learning program; provision of leadership and 
research support in the evaluation, review, development and 
Improvement of instructional programs, faculty development 
programs and development and administration of the budget for 
Instructional service functions. 

STAFF ADMINISTRATOR, SECRETARIAL DEPARTMENT, San Francisco 
Community College District, Skills Center , 1311 Sutter Street, 
San Francisco, Ca. , 1974-1977 

Responsible for the budget, staff, and students of two-school 
sites, curriculum development and evaluation, staff hiring and 
evaluation, program design, liaison with community agencies, 
establishment and Implementation of policy, long and short 
range planning. 

Recruited ADA (Average Dally Attendance) community students, 
concentrated training development students (CETA) --maintained 
90% placement of all students, maintained quality of each 
program, scheduling, requisitions and teachers' payrolls. 



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Walton, Patricia Ann 



^age 2 



# 



TEACHING EXPERIENCE: 1977-1978 



1970-1974 



1969-1970 



Skyline College, San Bruno, California 

Subjects taught: Shorthand/Typing/Business English/ 

Transcription 

San Francisco Conmunity College Skills Center 

San Francisco, California 

Subjects taught: Typing/Shorthand/Transcription 

Bayview Community Health Center 

Hunters Point, Bayview, S. F. Ca. 

Subjects taught: Business Education (On-the-job 

Trainer) Promoted to Associate Director of 

Education 



RELATED WORK 
EXPERIENCE: 



EDUCATION: 



CREDENTIALS: 



1967-1968 Community Skills Center-MDTA 
Gardena, California 
Subjects taught: Various Business courses 

1966-1967 Bishop Conaty High School (Parochial) 
Los Angeles, Ca. 
Subjects taught: History/Shorthand 



1959-1963 . -Norton AFB, San Bernardino, California 
Secretary 

1963-1966 V. A. Hospital (Wadsworth), Los Angeles, Ca. 
Secretary/Administrative Aide 



Doctoral Student, University of San Francisco, S. F. Ca. 
Higher Education/Public Administration 1979 to present 

M.A., Administration, San Francisco State University, S. F. 1974 

B.A. , American Studies/Business, California State University 
Hayward, California 1972 

Community College Instructors Credential -Life 

Community College Supervisor Credential -Life 

Community College Student Personnel Worker-Life 

Community College Office Services & Related Tech/Prof Ed. -Life 

PLANNING" & ORGANIZATION: Ability to provide coordinated direction and ability to 

respond effectively to curricular and instructional concerns 



PROGRAM & CURRICULUM 
DEVELOPMENT: 



Developed and implemented the following training programs: 
Medical Clerical Training Program 
CEP/City Clerical Training Program 
Arriba Juntos Male Stenographer Training Program 

Developed Curriculum for: a 

Bechtel Corporation/Secretarial Upgrading | 
In-Service Training for Business Educators 
U. S. Anry — Communications Techniques 
Management Seminars for the John Hale Medical Socie 



REFERENCES: 



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References and portfjlio avaiVble upon rr |uest. 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



I 



Subject: Resolution No. 820126-F2 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 820126-F2 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982, through August 19, 1982 

(110 days), PATSY B. MCMURTRIE be placed on leave from 
her position as a Schedule I instructor, John Adams Community College 
Center, and that she be appointed as Acting Assistant Director, Downtown 
Community College Center, vice PATRICIA WALTON, appointed Acting Director, 
SF Skills Center. Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 
Management Salary Schedule, Classification A, Step 2. 



Submitted by. 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



01/26/82-Fl 



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Biographical Information 
Patsy Clake McMurtrie 

EDUCATION ^ ■ ' 

B.A. San Francisco State University, Business Education, 1963. 
M.A. San Frc>ncisco State University, Business Administration, 1965. 

t 

CREDENTIALS 

California Community College Supervisory Credential 
California Special- Secondary in Business Education 

P ROFESSI O NAL EXPERIENCE 

Accreditation Coordinator for Centers Division 1982 Accreditation Report 
and Centers Division High School Programs 1982 Accreditation Report, 
October, 1980 - cont... 

Instructor, John Adams CommuniLy College Center, San Francisco Community 
College District, 1965 - cont. 

Instructor, San Francisco State University, 1964 - 1966. 

Instructor, General Services Administration, U. S. Government, 1965 - 1966. 

Project Director, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Grant HE'./ 
No. 5-452-6A, 196A"- 1966. 

Administrative Assistant, Northern California Council on Economic Educa.lon, M 
San Francisco State University, 1961 - 1964. " 

Administrative Secretary, NDEA Institute, Guidance and Counseling, S.'.u 
Francisco State University, Feb. 1961 - August 1961. 

Administrative Secretary to ^V.ibassador and Charge of Embassy, American 
Embassy, Australia, U. S. Department of State; and U. S. Department of 
Army, Ryukyu Headquarters, Ryukyu Islands, 1954 - 1956. 

Legal Secretary, Justice of the Peace, Dist/ict Attorney (former) Contra 
Costa County, and private law firms, California and Hawaii, 1950 - 1954. 

SATf FRANCISCO C0!^4UNITY COLLEGE CENTERS DIVISION: CO:-^'a'ITEES/PROJECTS 

1977 _ 1978 Curriculvim developaent : Job Preparation, John Adams Com. College Cente: 
1977 Stande.rdization Committee, Centers Division 

1975 Evaluation Team, Centers Division, with George Johnson, Adjnn. Director 
1973 Certificate Prograjns, Centers Division, with George Johnson, 
1970 Screening Committee, Jo>m Adams Comr-unity College Center 
1970 Faculty Council, Jolin Adams Commimity College Center 

1970 - 1971 Accreditation Committee, John Adajss Conaunity College Center 
Chapter: Materials of Instruction 
1969 Curriculum development: Secretarial Frogi-am, John Adams Cora. College C' 

1966 - 1967 Curriculum development: Researched and originated GUIDELINES (see 

Publications) - 



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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZA'' 'ONS/HONORS/AVAKDS; 





1980 




i960 


19S0 


- 1981 


1979 


- 1980 


1979 


- cont 


1977 


- cont 


1977 


- cont 




1977 




197'* 


1973 


- cont 




1972 




1972 


1971 


- cont 


1969- 


- cont 


1969 


- cont 




1969 




1970 


1965 


~-cont 




1963 




1963 




1963 




19147 



Judge, California Beef Covincil' (Calif . Cattlemen's Assn., Cow Belles) 

annual award. 
National First, Certificate & Cash Award, National Federation of 

Press Women. 
Secretary, California Press Women, Northern District 
Editor, Proof sheet ', California Press Women, Northern District 
Hostess, monthly education programs, California Press Women 
Space Studies Institute, Princeton University 
L-5 Society, National and Bay Area Chapter 

Conference, Mid-Western Business Educ. Assn., Houston, Texas 
Delegate, London, England, International Society for Business Education 
Junior Master, American Contract Bridge League 
Hospitality Committee, Western Region NBEA, California Business Education 

Association, Bay Area Spring Conference 
Conference, Mid-Western Business Education Association, Dallas, Texas 
Charter Memher /Secretary, American Federation of Teachers, Local 2121 
Stanford Education Club. 

Chair, Scholarship Committee, American Business Women's" Association - 
Social Committee " " " " 
Nominating Committee " " • " * " 
Secretary, California Council of Adult Education, Northern District 
Conference, Programmed Planning Budgeting System, Sacramento 
Delta Pi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Chapter, Honorary Business Education 

Fraternity 
Cum laude graduate, BA Degree, San FVancisco State University 
Scholarship Recipient: National Office Management Association 
Scholarship Recipient: Parent-Teachers' Association 
With distinction graduate, Sacramento Junior College 



PRESENTATIONS : 

19714 "Vocational Training," American Business Women's Association 

"\>rhy Learn Shorthand?" Heald's Business College, San Francisco 



1972 
1971 

1965 

I96U 



"Teaching in an Adult School," San Francisco State University, Content and 

Methods, for Dr. Kina Johnson 

Feature Session Speaker (plus demonstration) "Teaching Methods," Bay Area 
CBEA Fall Conference, Palo Alto 

"Methods of Structured Learning," St. Monica's High School, Santa Monica. 



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MtMurt ric 



3. 



PUBLICATIONS ; ' 

"TEACH SHORTHAND SO IT'S EASY TO LEARN," The Jourrj»l of Business Education . I965. 

Golden Cute Publishers; • Shorthand Vail Charts (letter style determina- 
tion charts) co-author 



McGraw-Hill Publishers: 
Teaching Aids, Inc.; 



€ 



Gregg Shorthand Structured Learning Program 
(shorthand textbook) co-author 

authored & recorded Gre-mmp-r-Punctuation Dictation Tapes (lO) 

•" & directed Vocabulary-Letter Dictation Tapes ( 6) 

" & recorded Speed Develop n ent Dictation Tapes (6) 

" & directed Office Style Dictation Tapes ( 6) 

" "■ & designed correlated transparencies for alT of above. 



Used in SF. Community College 
Centers Division, MDTA and' 
Skill Center 



Used in SF Coniraunity College 
Centers Division, Career 
Guidance Center, District 
Office 



researched and originated GUIDELINES for T;/pevritlng 
Instruction , 36-V.'eek Course, I<IDTA Clerk-Typist 
Training Program.- 



reviewed, evaluated and made suggestions for fcvisior. (s 
of Job Development forms. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-F3 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

In order to better coordinate temporary administrative appointments 
at City College for Spring 1982, it has become necessary to amend Resolution 
No. 811103-Fl adopted by the Governing Board. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That Resolution No. 811103-Fl adopted by the Governing Board 
be amended to read as follows: 

RESOLVED: That effective January 19, 1982, through 

June 30, 1982 (110 days), WILLIS KIRK, 
Associate Dean, Guidance Services, City College of 
San Francisco, be granted sabbatical leave for travel. 



Submitted by. 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



1/26/82-F3 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-FA 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 820126-F4 covers a management personnel item for 
City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective January 19, 1982, through June 30, 1982 

(110 days), SARAH C. WONG be placed on leave from her 
position as Assistant Dean, Student Placement Services, City College 
of San Francisco, and that she be appointed as Acting Associate Dean, 
Guidance Services, City College of San Francisco, vice WILLIS KIRK, 
on sabbatical leave. Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 
Management Salary Schedule, Classification B, Step 4. 



Submitted by. 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



1/26/82-F4 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 

SARAH WONG \ 

Education 

University of California, Berkeley; B.A. , 1938 

University of California, Berkeley; General Secondary Teaching 

Credential, 1959 
University of San Francisco; M.A. Counseling & Guidance, 1971 

Professional Experience ■ . 

City College of San Francisco, Interim Vice President, Student Services, 

1/81 - 6/81 
City College of SF, Asst. Dean, Student Placement Services, 1977 - 
City College of San Francisco, Acting Associate Dean, Student Assistance 

1976-77 
CiLy Colluj^e of San Francisco, Acting Assistant Dean, Financial Aid, 

Spring 1976 
City College of San Francisco, Placement Counselor, 1971-76 
George Washington High School, Placement Counselor, 1961-71 
San Francisco Unified School District, District Office, Business 

Education, Curriculum Writer, 1968-69 
Mission High School, San Francisco, Business & Social Studies Teacher, 

1966-68 
Samuel Gompers High School, San Francisco, Business Teacher, 1965-66 
Tennyson High School, Hayward , Social Studies Teacher & Counselor 
1959-60 

{ 

Professional Organization Memberships : 

California Community College Placement Association 

California Personnel & Guidance Association 

California College Personnel Association 

Association of California Community College Administrators 

Western College Placement Association 

Federal Golden Gate Government College Association 

Chinese For Affirmative Action 

Asian Coalition of the S.F. Community College District. 

Professional Activities 

Committees: Oral Board Panel .Registrar of Voter/Recorder for 

City and County of San Francisco 
Presidential Selection Committee, CCSF, 1975 
Selection Committee for Career Development Counselors 
Selection Committee for Administrative Dean, Business Services 
Accreditation Committee, Group V 
IWSCH Committee 

Veterans & Tuition Advisory Board 
Financial Aid Advisory Committee 
Committee to Organize Administrators' Retreat 
California Community Colleges Placement Association - 

Conference Committee 
Student Review Board \ 

Lowell Axe Club 
Mothers' Committee for Functions at Sunset Park & Recreation 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-F5 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 820126-F5 covers a management personnel item for City 
College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective January 19, 1982, through June 30, 1982 

(110 days), WILLIAM SHEPARD be placed on leave from his 
position as a counselor, City College of San Francisco, and that he 
be appointed as Acting Assistant Dean, Student Placement Services, 
City College of San Francisco, vice SARAH C. WONG, appointed Acting 
Associate Dean, Guidance Services. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the 1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, Classification A, Step 3. 



Submitted by, 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



1/26/82-F5 



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BIOfiRAPIIICAL INFORMATION 



WILLIAM SHEPARD 



r.DUCATlOX 



Univrrsitv of Nevada, Reno; B. A. Education, Major Mathematics, Minor Chemistry 

& Phvslcs, 1951 
San Francisco State University; M.A. Educational Administration, 1958 

Credentials 

Ceneral Secondarv Teaching 1952 
Ceneral Secondary Administrative 1958 
Cenoral '^upil er? '^^nel Service 1962 

P rofessional E xper ien ce 

Citv Collec^e of San Francisco, Acting Assistant Dean, Student Placement Services, 

Spring & Fall 1981 
Citv Collpfte rf San Francisco, Counseling Department, Chairman, 1979-1981 
Citv Collep.e of San Francisco, Supervisor, i^lacement Testing, 1979-1981 
Citv College of San Francisco, Counselor, 196"-1981 

Francisco Jr. High School, San Francisco, ilead Counselor (Dean of Boys) 1968-1969 
A. P. Cianini .Tr. High School, San Francisco, Grade Counselor, 1962-1968 
A. P. Oianinl .Ir. High School, San Francisco, Head of Mathematics Dept. 1957-1^><'.S 
A. P. Gianii-ii ^r. 'i.gh School, San Francisco, Math Instructor, 1955-1966 
Marina Jr. High School, San Francisco, Math Instructor 195A-1955 

Professional Organization Memberships : 

California Personnel and Guidance Association, 1962-1981 

American Federation of Teachers, Executive Board Member, 1^78-1'^ 79 

San Francisco Classroom Teachers Association, 1954-1969 

Professional Activities 

Mavor's Committee, Better School Relations v/ith the Police, 1962-1^66 

Director, General Peer Advisors 

Executive Committee Academic Senate 

Englisi' as a Tecond Language Curriculum Committee 

Liaison Counselor, Alemany Community College Center 

District Student Services Committee 

Hiring Committee, Assistant Director, Evening Division 

Committee Chairman, Student Services Inservice Training, December 13, 1980 

Site Supervisor, Evening Division, 1980-1981 



ft******* 



i 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-F6 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 820126-F6 covers a management personnel item for 
City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective February 1, 1982, through June 30, 1982, 
QUETTA TYREE MUZZLE be placed on leave from her regular 
position as a Special Programs Counselor, City College of San 
Francisco, and that she be appointed as Interim Assistant Dean, 
Students, City College of San Francisco, vice Rosa Perez, appointed 
Vice President, Student Services, City College of San Francisco. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 Management Salary 
Schedule, Classification A, Step 1. 



Submitted by, 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



1/26/82-F6 



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ItU^'UI IL. 



COilFIDF.iiTIAL 



Qiiettu Tyrce nuzzle SS.J^: 232-72-3917 

75L l.akGbird Drive Telephone: (115) 239-3137 (Day) 

Sunnyvalt, California 94086 (103) 734-'J3iiS (Lvenino) 

*.' 

F.DUC ATIUN 

/'i.A. , Clinical Psychology (Epphasis: Marriage, Family, and Child Coun- 
seling), Lone Mountain College, 1978. 

M.A. , Sociology, Lone Mountain College, 1975. 

B.A., Sociology, San Francisco State University, 1970. 

114 seii-ester units. Secondary Education/Music, West Virginia State 
College, 1962-1966. 

CREDI-liiTIAL S, CERTIFICATES 

California Community College Credentials (Valid for Life): 
Counselor , Music 

Supervisor Pupil Personnel 

Psychology 
Sociology 

Cert i f i Gates: 

Pri mary Cert i ficate in Rati onal Emo ti ve Therapy , Institute for 

kQtiorial Living, New York , flev/ Ybrlc. 
C oinmunity Dispute Resolutions , American Arbitration Association. 

Fall Semester, 1981 - Interim Assistant Dean, Students, City College of SF 

1973 present Ci ty College of San Francisco, Department of Special 
P rograms - Counseling Coordinator 

Supervise and schedule sixty-one people (faculty, clerical, 
and student workers). 

Participate in the screening, selection, orientation, and 
evaluation of all of the above. 

Designed and supervise a central file system which processes 
l,4tiu clients. 

Designed and coordinate a recruitr:ent/outreach plan. 

Designed data retrieval system for year-end reports 
to funding agents. 

Designed program to.supplcijr^.-it instruction to low- 
income students in tcchnic-il majors. 



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Resume of Quctta Tyree Muzzle Page Two 

Jan. '81 - Ci ty Colle ge of San Francisco ^ Ev ening Division -^ 
present Sit e Supervisor 

Troubleshoot for Dean of Evening Division at tv;o satellite 
,.. programs. Supervise ten instructors and a junior clerk. 

Sept. '71 - Youth for Service - Operations Sup e rvisor 
June. '73 

Supervised vocational and personal counselors, job developers, 

and secretaries, 

TRAIflI NG, DEVELOPiiEiJT, AND CONSULTATIOM 

1931 City CoUffge of San Francisco - Vfomen's Re-entry Program 

Conducted s'fx tv;o-hour workshops on ethics and biases in 
counseling for campus counseling staff and S. F. cornnunity 
mental health professionals. 

li)79 - San Fran cisco Mayor's Office on Employrr er.t and Training- 
present "S umnier Youth Finployrr.en t Pro gram 

Provided training for 150 counselors, all area supervisors, 
*■ monitors, end certification/ intake workers. 

lySO .- OMI Comn^unity Assoc iation 

Designed and provided Labor M.arket Orientatioii for 155 teen- 
agers v/ho reside in the Oceanview-Merced-Inglesi 'e -»-"- 

1 S / y Reality House './est - Outpatient Services 

Trained counselors in assessment principles and recordkeeping. 

1 9 7 ii - Institute for Rational Livin g -^ Community Ed ucat i on Project 

197'J .. ^ 

Provided training on ways to reduce anger, frustration, de- 
pression, v;orry, and fear. 

197o Sain oans for Samo ans of California 

Designed and provided Labor Market Orientation for 50 
young adults from S.F. Samoan community. 

1')/^ ^"2^o^1l'^_°^_ llorthern_ Cal i fo rnia 

Provided a scries of personal adjur.tr.tent and stress manage- 
ment workshops for employees. 

197m 

197'.! Sa n Mateo A ssociation for Alcoholic l.'oinjn 

Principle presenter at a weekend conference for 125 alcoholic, 
co-alcoholic, and mental health professional v/omen. Sessions 



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Resur.o of Quetta Tyrce Muzzle 



Page Three 



C OUiiSLLIi iG 

1973- 
preserit 



1973 - 
1979 



1970 - 
1971 



19G6 
1968 



TEACH I. NG 



focused on the use of Rational Emotive Therapy as ai} 
adjunct to the Alcoholics Anonyirous program for recovery. 



City College of San Francisco , Depart ment o f Speci al 
Programs - Counseling Coordinator 

Provide personal, vocational, and educational counseling 
in crisis situations to ex-offenders, recovering sub- 
stance abusers, women in re-entry from population of 
r.iulti -ethnic backgrounds. 

Institute for Rational Living - Psychotherapist 



Private practice as a marriage, family, and child counselor 
working with individuals, families, and groups. 

Youth for Service - Vocational Counselor 

Provided personal and vocational counseling to high school 
dropouts of multi-ethnic population. 

Teledyne-Pack a rd Bell Job Corps Center for llomen - Counsel or 

Provided personal, educational, and vocational counseling 
for sixty clients. 



1973 - 
19C1 



1976 
1977 



197S 
197(. 



City College of San Francisco 

Have taught in the following disciplines: Music, Sociology, 
Psychology, Women's Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies. 

College of Marin 

Taught in Behavioral Sciences department at San Quentin 

prison. 

I* 

Ui J iversity of Cali fo r nia at B erke l ey Extensio n 

Taught three quarters in the department of Educational 
Sociology. 



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? 



RcHunie of Quetta Tyrcc Muzzle 

CIVIC a::i) co:imunity activities 



Page Four 



Member, 
Member , 

Member , 
»Moinber, 

Mediator/ 
Arbitrator, 

Member , 
Member, 
Member , 

Member , 



Board of Directors, San Francisco Mental Health Association, 
Board of Directors, San Francisco Opportunities 
Industrialization Center. 

Board of Directors, Institute for Rational Living. 
Student Attendance Review Board, San Francisco Unified 
School District. 

Community Dispute Settlement Panel, 

American Arbitration Association. 

Black Women Organized for Action. 

Speakers' Bureau, City College of San Francisco. 

Board of Directors, Oceanview-Merced-Ingleside 

Community Association. 

Bjard of Directors, Stanze Peterson Dance Theater. 



PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS 



Member , 
Member , 
Member, 



California Personnel and Guidance Association, 
American Federation of Teachers (AFT) . 
Council on Black American Affairs. 



THESES 

"A Study of Three Community-Based Agencies — Recommendation 
A Super-Agency Plan". 

"Stress Causes and Concomitant Adaptive Styles in Middle- 
Income Black Women". 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 820126G1-G33 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members: 



Resolutions No. 820126G1-G33 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by. 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 



Gl to G33 
Page 1 of 27 
1/26/82 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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820126-Gl 
Hourly 
Teaching 
A]ipointments 
Spring 1982 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names . 
during the Spring Semester, 1982. Unless otherwise indicated, the ^ 
effective dates for Day hours are February 9 through June 21, 198z; 
for Evening hours, February 8 through June 19, 1982. Salary shall 
be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate; 







Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total Effective 




Name 


Department 

ASTRONOMY 


Hours 

o . U 


Hours 

3 . Q 


Weekly Dates 




A".AK3 K^^^Nt'H 


e.o 




AJER NA"''CY 


ENGLISH 


6.0 




<§.o 


1 


AuOPA«;tOS EMMAN-Jt'L D 


BUSINESS 




> . 


3 .0 




ALTERS PENM3 


PliYSICS 




/.o 


7.0 




ALLu'JGEP AI^LEM A 


ENGINFERINU 




^.Q 


3.0 




At. v'A^rz A>-'. 


B'^k'AVIQRAL SCIEK 


5.0 




9.0 




ANCO-NA PATFICIA 


Af^T 




u.O 


<;.o 




Anderson: jo-in c jp 


CPiyiMOLOGY 




.'..0 


3.0 




* ANDRG'-'S JAMTS D 


BEHAVluRAL SCIbN 


vS.O 




?.o 




* A^:DRE'.•IS JAM^S D 


irsT 


5.0 




"7 -» 




ARBOLEDA ^^A'JUPL 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 




1.Q 


4.0 




A^GE.NTI MAR:' Afiati. A 


MUSIC 




3,0 






A'^ONIAN lO"^' 


LEGAL ASSISTING 




o.O 


?.o 




« A^EYEH TAUD 


BtiSIKESS 




:■ .0 


?.n 




^ a^water ste-^hoiv. 


BEIiAVlORIAL SCI 


3.0 




^5.0 




" A7EVED0 .vTYjc MA-C'JES 


ML^SIC 




o . 


3.0 




Bacon rosario 


SCCIAL SERVlCFo 




.;. . Q 






BADGER JENNIFER 


AFT 




...0 


6.0 




♦ BAIRQ ROGER 


ART 




o . 


f . ■ 




BAKER DONALD 


CHMPITEP SCIENCE 




' .0 


4.0 




BALf^MIOS DO-'INA J 


P E NORTH 


6,0 




6.0 




BALHRIDGE MAUREEN H 


MEDICAL RECORD 




o.O 


6.0 




BARANCO GILBERT V 


MUSIC 


o.C 




e.n 




BARDEM rERN/.DETTE 


NURSING 


9.0 




9.) 2/11 -6/11 /S2 




BARNHART Jt^E LO.-ELL 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




' .0 


4. -^ 




B\RRIER RAY.iOND 


BUSINESS 




.^.0 


<.o 




BARTHOLOMEW MURIEL 


FOREIGiJ LANGUAGE 




o.O 


:5.n 




BARTON GAIL 


P E NORTH 




c:.Q 


?.o 




* BAUER RALPH 


priNTING TECH 


o.O 




^.o 




B\UM CARTER 


BIOLOGY 




o.O 


6.;^ 




BAYMA WILLI '.M 


business; 




3.0 


3.0 




* BTAL ETMEL 


ENGLISH 


3.0 




3.0 




BEKGRAN BET'Y M 


EfiGLlSH 


9.0 




9,0 




BElEN EI-^ILIA RO'HiARlQ 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


6. 




e.o 




BELL LQ-EN 


ENGLISH 


9.0 




9,0 




BCNNICH AGA^HE 


APT 


6.0 




6.0 





Gl to G32 
Page 2 of 27 
1/26/82 



*New hourly instructor--appointment contingent upon possession and re- 
cordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential. 
+Full-time instructor--extra pay. 
#Pro-rata instructor--extra pay. 



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Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total Effective 


Name 


Department 
SOCIAL SCIENCES) 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly Dates 


BERRY JOE 


6,0 




(5.C 


8ERGIN ROSEMARY 


NURSING 


lo,0 




Ifi.O 2/9-4/14/82 


BISCHOFf JOHN GORHAM 


MUSIC 


3*0 


.0 


fttH 


BLACKBURN FPANK T 


FIRE SCIENCE 


6.0 




fifO 


BUAIR THQMA- 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




d.Q 


p.o 


+ BLOOMER LAWRENCE R 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 




6,0 


^,0 


BOGDANOrr GREGORY 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




6.Q 


PtO 


BORNSTEIN SHELDOM 


BUSINESS 




o.O 


9,0 


« WOURELL MONA 


BIOLOGY 


6.0 




15.0 


♦ BOYD JAMES 


ENGLISH 




3.0 


3.0 


BOYD SAN'DY 


CRIMINOLOGY 


6.0 




6.0 


80ZINA ROBERT 


MUSIC 


6,Q 


o.D 


?.o 


BRACCO JOHN 


BUSINESS 




o.O 


5,0 


BRaDSHaW JOHN 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 


9.0 




9.0 


♦ briggs glen 


AERONAUTICS 


6.0 




ft,0 


BROOKS JAMES 


BUSINESS 




o.O 


i^.O 


broucaret AUGUSTE 


ORNAMENTAL HORT 


5.0 




5.0 


BROWN DArJiEL 


ENGLISH 




9.0 


9.0 


BROWN DONNA 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 




3 . P 


?.a 


BRUWN ELEANOR 


ENGLISH 


9.0 




9.0 


BROWN KENNETH L 


BUSINESS 




^.0 


4.0 


BROWN LINDA RYAN 


HEALTH SCIENCE 


6.0 




e.o 


« BUCKWALTER JEFF 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




^,0 


4.0 


BURICK KATHLEEN 


P E NORTH 


6.0 




e.n 


• BURWINKLE WILLIAM 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




3.0 


5.0 


CAIN WARREN 


CRIMINOLOGY 




3,C 


5 ♦ 


GALLON FLIZ^BETH 


EARTH SCIENCE 


3.0 




?.o 


CARLEY CHRISTOPHER 


ORNAMENTAL HOPT 


b. 




p.o 


CARPENTER WILLARD C 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 




9.0 


9.0 


CASTANQ WIL'"REDO 


PHOTOGRAPHY 


2.0 


6.0 


s.o 


♦ CERRUTI RONALD 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


6.0 




6.0 


CERVISI GISELE 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




v.O 


?»o 


CHAIKIN RHONDA 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


2.0 




?.o 


CHAMPION RICHARD 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




4.0 


4,0 


# CHAN ERIC 


RADIOLOGIC THER 


a.o 




1.0 


» CHAN ERIC 


RADIOLOGIC THER 


1.0 




1.0 S/10-6/21/82 


• CHAN JOHN 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




-.0 


4,0 


CHAN JOSEPH 


BUSINESS 




^^,0 


5.0 


CHEN KWAN-SHEI 


MATHEMATICS 


6.G 


3,Q 


9.0 


CHENG JOHN 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 


3.0 


. . . 


Q.o 


CHEW MAHEL CAROL 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


3.0 




3,n 


CHIANG ROBIN 


APCHITECTUHE 


6.0 




CHIAQ NANCY 


MEDICAL RECORD 


3.0 




3,0 


CHIAO NANCY 


MEDICAL ASSTNG 


6.0 




ft.O 


♦ CHOW VicTqR 


P E SOUTo 


2.0 




2.0 


CHRISTENSEN PAUL 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 




3.0 


3.0 


CHRISTIAN ARTIS C 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


4.0 




4.0 


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Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective 


■ 


Naine 


Department 
FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 

3.0 


Dates 




CHUN DO^IS 




3.0 


^ 


CISIN FREn 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


4.0 


^.0 


t,o 


• 


Cl.EARY WINO'IA M 


ARCHITECTURE 


8.0 




8,0 




COh -^ILI.. lAM R 


BUSINESS 




^.0 


5,0 




COtlFN MARC I •\ L 


Er.GLISH 


3.0 




^.0 




COLLInIS JOH i RIC'^-'RD 


Eh'GLISH 


6.0 


'.0 


9.0 




COLL IS MARRY 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




• . 


?.o 




i-GLCijNESt Victor 


BUSINESS 




0,0 


?.e 




COMMANDAY J'UrjNE- 


BUSINESS 




'. . 


?.^' 




COlNlLtY JAMES 


PHYSICS 


J. Q 




3.0 




ccNRAD <;usA 1 


P t NORTH 




. .0 


4 ,0 




contreras a;|Tho:jy 


SOCIAL SCItiNCES 




o,Q 


?.n 




COOK TloheNCE: 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 




-'.0 


9.n 




gOONEY JAMES JR 


ORNAMENTAL HORT 




-..0 


4,0 




copeland pa-^rick 


HOTEL RESTAURANT 


1.0 




1.0 




wQRMELL -L'"'&9EtM 


S^UDY CENTER 




..0 


3,0 


2/9-3/16/82 


CC"f<NELL JiJUi 


Ar>T 


6,0 




fe,T 




COUSinEAU K/JHRYr^i 


CONSUMER ARTS 


6,0 


3,0 


9.0 




CRAIG CONRAn 


BUSINESS 




^.0 


3.0 




CREESe ^RANKlY^J 


PMYSJcS 




3,0 


3,0 




CREESE TRANKLYN 


PHYSICS 


6,0 




i5.o 


3/30-6/17/82 


CREIGHTON DTfJlSc 


n'-rSing 


9.0 




9.0 




CREIGHTON VIRGINI'^ 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




2,0 


2,0 




CROOKS MACK C 


MUSIC 


vi.O 


6.0 


9.0 




CRUIKSHANK :1ARGAHET 


ENGLISH 


7.5 




7.5 




cuan josf 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




H.Q 


4.0 




DAGITZ ROBERT 


CPIMINOLOGY 




..0 


;},rf 


1 


ijangelo jack 


BUSINESS 




-..0 


^.0 




DARRINGTON RICHAR: 


BtJSINESS 




-.0 


?.n 




DAVIS PATRICIA J 


STUDY CENTt^R 


9.0 




9.0 


2/10-3/22/82 


DAVIS PATRICIA J 


STUDY CENTER 


9.0 




?.n 


3/24-5/5/82 


DAVIS RICHARD 


BIOLOGY 




7.0 


7,0 


' 


DaVIS ROBERT 


MUSIC 




9.0 


9.n 




DAWKINS TANAKO 


P E NORTH 


6.0 




$,0 


m 


QEGIROLAHO GERALD I 


CRIMINOLOGY 


3. 




;3,n 






DEGIROLAMO GPRALP 1 


P E SOUTH 




rl.O 


2.0 






DEGPOOT PETER 


SOCIAL SCIENCF 


3.0 




?,0 






UElOi-jGH HENIY ROBERT 


BUSINESS 




3 ,0 


:^,o 






UELACRUZ MARIANO E 


BUSINESS 




b.O 


5.0 






DEnRROEDER JANET 


ENGLISH 


3.0 




3.0 






DENNIS JOHN 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 




o.Q 


3.0 






der petfr 


MATHEMATICS 




3.0 


5.0 






derderian L^'NN 


ENGLISH 


9.0 




?,c 






DESTA ASAYEHGN 


SOCIAL SCIENCE 


6,0 




^.0 






DEW FINIS 


IDST 




3,0 


3.0 






DIAMOND SID'JEY 


BROADCASTING 




3,0 


3.0 




DICKERT UINDA 


CONSUMER ARTS 


7,0 




7,0 







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Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total Effective 


Name 


Department 

tiUSlNESS 


Hours 


Hours 
^.0 


Weekly Dates 


DICKSON SAl-Y M 


9.0 


DICKSON SALLY M 


Bi'SINESS 




6.0 


il^.O 2/9-4/1/82 


DIEP HONG OUAN 


BUSINESS 




d.O 


a.n 


DIEPAUr VERITY 


ART 


8.0 




fl.o 


♦ UIlWORTH HELEN 


MUSIC 




3.0 


?,0 


♦ UOHERTY JAMES H 


AERONAUTICS 


6,0 




^.0 


DOMECUS JOAN A 


P E t^ORTH 


6.0 




8,0 


PONNAN DIANE 


BIOLOGY 


6.0 




<^.c 


DOSS MQNEERA HABie 


ENGLISH 


9.0 




?.o 


DRAKE DEL0S5 


COMPUTER science 




6.0 


ii.C 


♦ DUNN GLORIA 


P E NORTH 




cl.O 


?,o 


DURHAM JEAN 9 


EARTW SCIENCES 


6.0 


v^Q 


9,0 


EARGLE DOLAN 


CHEMISTRY 


6.0 


:i.O 


9,0 


EATON KENNETH 


DENTAL LAB TECH 


4.0 




4.0 


EBEN JUDY 


CONSUMER ARTS 


9.0 




?.o 


♦ EDWARDS SHARON 


BIOLOGY 


6.0 




e.o 


E'jGERS delores 


INSTR ASSISTING 




o.O 


^,0 


ELLIOTT CHRISTY R 


MEDICAL RECORD 


4.0 


4.0 


§.0 


ELMAN AMNALEt 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




i.O 


3.0 


+ ELSTON ARTHUR 


P E SOUTH 




-.0 


2,0 


ENGELBEPT JANET 


ErjGlNEERlNQ 


6.0 




6.0 
?,0 


ENGELBERT JANET 


ENGLISH 


3.0 




ERSHQV LUDMILA 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




O.O 


3.0 


ERWIN DAPHNE 


CONSUMER ARTS 


5.0 




5.0 


♦ ESTERMAN RICHARD 


MUSIC 




3.0 


3,0 


eVERHART MARY TRANCES 


ENGLISH 


3.0 




3,0 


FAIN SHARON 


INSTR ASSISTING 


3.0 




3,0 


FARRINGTON PRANK 


ARCHITECTURE 


6.0 




J^.n 


FATOR GERTRUDE 


ENGLISH 




0,0 


6.0 


fehrman KENUETh 


CONSUMER ARTS 




3,0 


3.0 


FEIN JuniTH 


P E NORTH 


2.9 


4.0 


ft.o 


FEMENIA CAROL 


nurSing 


18.0 




ifi.O 4/20-6/9/82 


FERRARA LAWRENCE 


MUSIC 


6.6 


3,0 


9,0 


FLEMING TOD 


MUSIC 


3.0 


3.0 


15. n 


FLORES JOSE 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 




'0 


3*0 


» FRANCESCHI 'URY 


NURSING 


9,0 




9,0 2/11-3/13/82 


♦ FENNER RICHARD 


MUSIC 


5,0 




5.n 


FERNANDEZ GERMA;nIIA 


FOREIGN LAl^lGUAGE 




9.0 


9.0 


FERNANDEZ OLALLO 


ARCHITECTURE 


6,0 




^.0 


FISCHER HAROLD 


PHOTOGRAPHY 


6,0 




<^.o 


FISHER DOMINIQUE 


FOREIGN LA^JGUAGE 




6.0 


1^.0 


flinchbaUch Todd 


PHOTOGRAPHY 


5.0 




5.0 


FORD ROBERT D 


BUSINESS 


3.8 


3.0 


6.0 


for"^gang arthUr s 


ENGINEERING 




O.O 


«5.0 


FRANCIS HEL^YN lee 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




7.0 


7,0 


FRANCISCO DANIEL SORI 


RADIOLOGIC DIAG 


2,0 




2.0 



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Name 

trazier cla^en l 
f'razier clape'j l 
frecly carol 

FPlVALDCi JUAN 
FURUTA STANLEY 

GaGETTA JOH'J 
UMLOWAY MA^LIN r 
GANT RALPH ^ 
QARDIN riOR"wZO 
GARF INKLE JOAN 
GAVIN MARY 
GENTLER THERESA 
GEN"^ILE PAMELA 
'j'-HBINO ^M^ 'A EL 
GlA':OMIfJl Do 'ALD LO^A 
GIUBBINI WALTER H 
GIUSTq Thoma^ 
QLICK ROBERT 
GLUGQSkI GR^.'^A 
QODOY RAFAEL 
GOLDEN POY 
GOL'^FARF CH:^ISTIE 
GOLDMAN HELEN 
GOLDSTEIN RHONDA 
goltqn ROBB'^T 
GOMER AL D 
GOODMAN NANCY 
GRACE KENNETH 
GRACE KENNETH 
GRANGER HOWARD P 
GRANT MARGARET 
QRANTZ JEROME H 
GRaSS james 
QREEN DFNNIS C 
QPEENBEPG BENJArllN 

QREGQAiNS Raymond 

GREGORY JAMFS 
GREY GERALD L ■ 
GRIEVE DAVID 
GRIFFIN BERN ICE 
GRIFFIN DON Q 
GRQSSMAr' MARCELLE 
GROTMKOPP WILLIAM 
G'JTHERTZ LINDA 
GUTHRIE MICHAEL J 
GUTIERREZ RICARDO 

HAEG FRANK C 





Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


1 

Effective 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 
i . 


Weekly 


Dates 


Earth science 


t 


EARTH SCIENCE 


'■ 


o.O 


?.:-' 


3/17-6/9/82 


b'-GLISH 




v.O 


9.0 




SOCIAL SCIENCES 


3,0 


o , Q 


i^.O 




CHEMISTRY 


6.0 




6.n 




Ar:cHITECTURE 




o.O 


^,0 




P F NORTH 


2.0 




1,0 




ENGLISH 




i.Q 


g.D 




FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




^.0 


3,0 




BUSINESS 




4.0 


4.0 




BIOLOGY 




o.Q 


d.o 




p p NOfnn 


2.0 


6.0 


p.o 




ENGLISH 




9.Q 


?.o 




BUSINESS 




3.0 


:5.o 




BUSINESS 




o.Q 


^,0 




CRIMINOLOGY 


CO 




i^.O 




P E NORTh 


6.0 




^.0 




LEGAL ASSISTING 




^.0 


v.O 




Social services 




3.0 


3.0 




FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


3.0 


3,0 


^.0 




B'jSINESS 




b.O 


5.0 

ho 




DIET ASSISTING 


3.0 






MFDICAL RECORr 


6,0 




$.0 




BUSINESS 




3.P 


?.o 




COMPUTER SCIENCE 




1.Q 


4,0 


^£t 


BUSINESS 




4 , 


4.0 


m 


ENGLISH 




3.0 


3.0 




P E NORTH 


6.U 




6.0 




P E SOUTH 


4.0 




4,0 




COMPUTER SCIENCE 


4.0 




^.0 




ENGLISH' 


o.O 




e.D 




BUSINESS 




3.0 


3.D 




IDST 


3.0 


3,Q 


6,0 




IDST 




3.0 


3,0 


2/18-3/4/82 


MATHEMATICS 


9,0 




9,0 




P E SOUTH 




c,Q 


?.o 




COMPUTER SCIENCE 


7.0 




7,0 




FIRE SCIENCE 




6.0 


6.0 




BROADCASTING 


9.0 




9.0 




WREP 


2.0 




S,o 




BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 


3.0 




3.0 


' 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


6.0 




6,0 




MUSIC 


3.0 


3.0 


6,0 




BIOLOGY 




7 . 


7,0 




BIQLQGY 


3.0 




3,0 




CARE6R DEV/PLACE 


2.0 




?,n 


2/11-4/1/82 


BUSINESS 




^.0 


5.-' 


f 



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Name 

HAGEN RICHARD B 
HALL NORMAN CURTIS 
HALL TeRRANCE NING 
HAMILTON HELEN 
HAMMER ALLA:J W 
HANAK DAVID 
HANSEN MANS E 
HARDIMAW DAVID A 
HARDING JOH'J 
HARRETT.-AIGLA GEORGF 
HARRINGTON SHERWOOD 
HATRICK CAROL 
HAWKINS JAMES 
HAYES DANIEL 
HEE EDWINA 
HELDFOnD ROnERT D 
HEREDIA ISABEL 
HEUGA GEORGE 

HEWITT Paul g 
hildretw charles 
ho ma^gaRe^ 
ho vincent 

H^DDY jOhn 

hodges morris 
hOeniSch ch\RleS E 
holloway bruce 
hom grace 
hori rosie miyeko 
horikoshi shoji 

HOSNY mOHAMED M 
HOULIHAN PATRICK 
HSU WEI«^JANH 
HUBBELL JUDY 
HUDSPETH CHARLES M 
hunnicutt VcRqnIcA 

HUNTINGTON SUELLEN 
HUTTqn ROSCOE 

ILLICK SHIRLEY 
INGERSOLL FRANK P 
IRWIN ARTHUR 
ISAACSON FRFDERICK 
ISHAM SIEGLINDE 

JACKSON ANISE J 
JACOBS PRUCE 
JacObSeN RODGER 
JANK JEPILYN 





Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total Effective 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 
o.Q 


Weekly Dates 


* 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 


?.o 


ARCHITECTURE 


6.0 




6,0 


P E SOUTH 


6.0 




$.0 


BFHAVIOPAL SCIEN 


3.Q 




^.0 


ORNAMENTAL HORT 


5.0 


3.0 


e,o 


BUSINESS 




^.0 


5.0 


DENTAL LAB TECH 


d.CI 




19,0 


MUSIC 




3.0 


?.o 


PMOTOGRAPHY 


6.5 




6.5 


BIOLOGY 


6.0 




J5.0 


ASTRONOMY 


3,0 


6.0 


SO 


DENTAL ASSISTING 


6.0 




a,o 


BIOLOGY 




6.0 


1^.0 


P E SOUTH 




2.0 


?,o 


MUSIC 


3.0 




3.0 


BUSINESS 




6.0 


6,0 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




9.0 


9.0 


BROADCASTING 




0.0 


p,o 


PHYSICS 


2.0 


5.0 


5.0 


ARCHITECTURE 




6.0 


6.0 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




6.0 


6.0 


MATHEMATICS 




5.0 


5,0 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




4.0 


4,0 


P E SOUTH 


lu.O 




15. 


cRiminOlOqy 


3.0 




3,0 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




o.O 


3.0 


DENTAL ASSISTING 


8.0 




e.o 


FOREIGN LAi>IGUAGE 




6«0 


6.0 


CRIMINOLOGY 




3.0 


3.0 


BUSINESS 




6. 


(3.0 


ARCHITECTURE 




o.Q 


6.C 


ENGLISH 


6.0 




6.0 


MUSIC 


6.0 


O.O 


?.0 


MUSIC 


6,0 




6,n 


EMGINEEPlNCi 




4,0 


^,0 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 




3.0 


3.0 


AERONAUTICS 


6.0 




6,0 


ENGLISH 


3 . 


6.0 


9.0 


HEALTH SCIENCE 


6.0 




6.0 


ART 




4.0 


4,0 


BUSINESS 




^,Q 


?.o 


MUSIC 


3.0 


3.0 


6.0 


MEDICAL RECORD 




3.0 


3.0 


MATHEMATICS 




O.O 


3.0 


APT 




6.0 


6.0 


P E SOUTH 




4.0 


4.0 



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Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total Effective 




Name 

JELLIN HERI E 


Department 

MEDICAL RECORD 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly Dates 










o.O 


?.^' 




jine ricmart 


BUSINESS 




o.O 


^.0 




JOHNSON BYROM W 


Er^GINEERING 




/.o 


7,0 




JOHNSON DAVID 


BUSINESS 




4.Q 


4.0 2/10-4/7/82 




JQHNSOM DA^in 


BUSINESS 




• .0 


6.n 4/12-6/7/82 


♦ 


JOHNSON DENMIS L 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


4.U 




4,0 




JOHNSON JOH'I R 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




; ,0 


4.0 


♦ 


JOHNSON LEN^ 


P E NORTH 




.:.0 


S.o 


* 


JOHNSON MILDRED D 


CHEMISTRY 


t),Q 




«5.o 




JOHNSON ROBERT T 


PHYSICS 




^.0 


4.0 




JONES JOHN J 


COMPUTER Science 




0,0 


6.0 




JORDAN ALFREDO 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




':>.0 


^,0 




JORDAN N'aTIVIDAD 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


i.O 


6.Q 


?.o 




JUNG CAROLY'; FAYE 


BUSINESS 




b.Q 


1.0 




KAlSfcR LEO 


MATHEMATICS 


3,0 


p,Q 


p.o 


« 


KALMAR FRANK 


HOTEL RESTAURANT 




o,Q 


?,o 




KEEFFER MARSHA 


BUSINESS 




o.O 


l§,0 




KELLEY LORETTA 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




4,0 


4,0 


♦ 


KELLY MlCHAr-L A;JTH0ny 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


4,0 




4.0 




KEM MARGARET 


MATHEMATICS 




3.0 


?.n 




KERR KATHLEEN 


ENGLISH 




f>.Q 


6 • 




K'-UPER DONALD 


BUSINESS 




6.0 


^.0 




KHOURY GEORGE H 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




0,0 


^.0 




KING SUSAN 


ART 




3.0 


3,0 




KING SUSAN 


ARCHITECTURE 




o.O 


3,0 




KLEIN BARUCH 


MUSIC 


9.0 




9,0 


u 


KLEIN CURTI3 NEAll 


DENTAL LAB TECH 


i.y 




1.0 




KLEIN MARGARET 


RADIOLOGIC THER 


6.0 




^.•'' 




KLING FRED 


ART 


6.0 




^.0 


4- 


KO HQI MING 


AERONAUTICS 


6.0 




i^.O 




KOEHLER FRAJK H 


PHYSlcb 




4.0 


4.n 




KOHN GERALD 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




4.0 


4.0 




KONIGSMARK JOHN 


MUSIC 


i.O 


^5.0 


6.0 




KOREY SUZANME 


PRINTING TfcCH 




3,0 


?,o 




KOSTeR ALLEN T 


ARCHITECTURE 


6,0 




<^,n 




KOVACIC ROBERT 


ART 


3.0 




:?,n 


♦ 


KRUMM WALTER 


IDST 




3.0 


?.n 




■KUAN DAVID L 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




b.Q 


e.o 




KUEHL RICHARD 


DENTAL LAB TECH 




3.0 


3,0 


4> 


KUHNS CRAIG S 


BUSINESS 




6.0 


i^.O 




KWOK HON CHUNG 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




5.0 


5.0 




KWOK HON CHUNG 


BUSINESS 




5.0 


5.0 




LACEBAL ANACLETO 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 




V.O 


9.0 


■f 


LADDIN LAURENCE 


IDST 




3.0 


?.n 


♦ 


LADDIN LAURENCE 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 




v^ .0 


?.o 




LAMATTERY MARY 


ENGLISH 


9.0 




?.o 



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Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total Effective 


Name 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly Dates 






LANDES SUSAN 


BIOLOGY 


3.0 


3,0 


«J,0 


LARUE GREG 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




6.0 


^►0 


LAU jOHtl 


BUSINESS 




5.0 


5.0 


LAUGHLIN NEIL T 


P fc SOUTH 


10, g 




i8,0 


LAW JOSHUA 


MUSIC 


9.0 




?.o 


LAWS ALONZO CALVIK 


ENGINEERING 




4.0 


4,0 


LAWSON DANIEL 


CRIMINOLOGY 


3.0 




:?.o 


LAWSON LAWRENCE 


CRIMINOLOGY 


3.U 




?.o 


LEACH JAMES 


CRIMINOLOGY 


3.0 




3.0 


LEE ALFRED T 


CHEMISTRY 




6 .Q 


li.o 


LEE CHAPLES 


FIRE SCIENCE 




9.0 


|.0 
9*0 


LEE DACK 


PHYSICS 


8.0 




LEE KATHRYN JANELLE 


BUSINESS 




::'.0 


5.0 

7.0 


LEE KENT 


EMGINEERINU 




/.o 


LEE MARIE 


UISTR ASSISTING 




3.0 


3.0 


LEE MARIE ELAINE 


ENGLISH 


7,0 




7.0 


LEE SHAO-'FEM 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




3,0 


3.0 


LENETAKI SOPHIA 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




6.0 


«i.o 


LEONETTI aTTjliO 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




9,0 


?.o 


LESCHYN EDWARD 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 


9.0 




9,0 


LEW ROBIN 


PHONOGRAPHY 


2,Q 




2,0 


LIGHT ALLIE 


PHOTOGRAPHY 


6.0 




6.0 


lighthill celia 


PHONOGRAPHY 


4.8 


vS.Q 


7.0 


LIN CAROL 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




6,0 


15,0 


LIN DORIS 


CHEMISTRY 


6.0 




5.0 


LIN PERSHING 


ARCHITECTURE 




3,0 


3.0 


lipes lorna 


NURSING 


9.0 




f.O 2/11-6/11/82 


LISBOA JOSEPH JESUS 


ENGINEERING 




6,Q 


Q.O 


LITTLE WILLIE D 


PRINTING TECH 




3,0 


3.C 


LIU CHELCIE B 


PHYSICS 


6.0 




15.0 


LOWOQD JENNIFER 


STUDY CENTER 


6. 




5.0 2/10-3/22/82 


LOZANO ALBERT H 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




5.0 


5.0 


LUCEY JAMES 


ORNAMENTAL HORT 




6.0 


6.0 


LUTZ ARTHUR 


ENGINEER I NQ 




6.Q 


6.0 


LYaU PAMELA WAH YEE 


P E NORTH 




2.0 


2.0 
3,0 


LYNCH VINCENT 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 




vi.O 


MACDONNIEL DENNIS 


BUSINESS 




3,0 


3.0 


MADDEN JOHN 


BUSINESS 




3.0 


3.0 


MAEGOTO GEORGE 


ARCHITECTURE 


4.0 




4.0 


MAFFEI ROY 


ENGINEERING 




7.0 


7.0 


MAIER MARIS 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




3,0 


3.0 


MAJUA MARGARET R 


ORNAMENTAL HORT 




4,0 


4.0 


MALLONEF NUPMAN 


P E NORTH 


*».o 




4,0 


MALONEY CORNELIUS 


ENGINEERING 




6,0 


6.0 


MARCHAND ROBERT 


ENGINEERING 




7,0 


7.0 


MARMOL LEONARDO MIGUE 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 




3,0 


3.0 


MARQUE2 JOSEPHINE 


CAREER DEV/PLACE 


2.0 




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Name 

HARSN RCf^EK^ DOLAlv 
rURSHALL LOf?P:TTA 
MARTIN r^AVlD C 
HARTINtZ JAMFS P 
M^MVI^J fK'ANCFS 
HaSSeY i^'ARY lo^ 
fUTMEWS WAY IF 
tUTT(:Uclli GI ACI JO 
MAXWELL PHYLLIS 
MCCABE TERRF'iCE V 
MCCAFFRFY KUHLEEK 
MCCARTHY CHARLES 
MCCLANAHAN CLARE.-JCL 

m:faqpen JA-ifS l 

fi:GRAV' ^4T' 'CIA 
HCij^M^E -^'ILuIAM A 
MCKAY MA?^Y AN;) 
MCMANi-JS MARION 
MEJIA jnSE A^GEL 
melTO^.j FAYE a 
MERMEL MARIAN 
MEYER CLI^f^C)f<D 
MILHOAN VICTOR 
MINER SUSAN 
MITCHELL MARTHA 
MITCHELL MARY L 
MIYAMOTO ED'/IARD 
MIYAMOTO SHDKO 
MIY03HI RICWARD 
MOBERG MICHAEL 
MOFFAT FRANCES 
MOGAR MARIA'JMNA 
MOGGIA FUGE^E 
moghTanfi ABBA^ 

MONCHATRE JACQUhS 
MON^ESaMO P'ULIP 
MORELL GERA;_0 
MORGAN FLAME 
MORI DEMNIS 
MORIS LAMBERTO 
MOSES DIANA 
MOSES TOYE 
MOSS GARY E 
HOWREY THOMAS A 
MUELLER GERALD 
MUnOZ JUL I am D 
MURIO ROBERT 
MURPHY THOMAS 



Department 

. AERONAUTICS 
SOCIAL SCILNCFS 
anpADCASTlNG 
MVSIC 
EIIOLISH 
DIAG LEAHNUUi 
CHEMISTRY 
FOHEIGIi LANGUAGE 
BEHAVIORAL SCI 
COMPUTER SCIENCE 
M Mf^OlCAL RECORH 

MUSIC 

ENGLISH 

M'.'SIC 

MFDICAL RECORD 

tf'GLlSH 

LEGAL ASSISTING 

BUSINESS 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

APT 

INSTR ASSISTING 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

INSTR ASSISTING 

LEGAL ASS 1ST I NL, 

ARCHITECTURE 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

AFRONAUTICS 

AFT 

DENTAL LAB TECH 

BUSINESS 

JOURNALISM 

IfSTR ASSISTING 

UPNAMENTAL HORT 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

FOREIGN LAiNGUAGE 

Social sciences 

MATHEMATICS 
MUSIC 
BUSINESS 
. ARCHITECTURE 
ENGLISH 
HFALTM SCIENCE 

LEGAL ASSISTING 
MATHEMATICS 

MUSIC 

ARCHITECTUHE 
P E SOUTH 
CRIMINOLOGY 



Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 


Dates 


1.1.^ 






..C 


3,0 






. Q 


3.'' 






.,0 


^5,0 




9*0 




9.r. 




6, 




3.0 




6.0 




3.0 






3,0 


3,0 




9.0 




9,0 






o , D 


3, 




2.0 




<.n 




0,0 




3,0 






6.0 


6.0 




3.d 


o.O 


9,0 




2.0 




?,G 






'j.O 


6.0 






3.0 


3.0 






^.0 


^.0 






L^.O 


^.f" 






3,0 


3.0 




5.0 




5,0 






o.O 


6.n 






•'.0 


3.0 






o.O 


3.n 




3.G 




3.0 




3.0 


o.O 


9.0 




6. 




i^. n 




6 , 




6,''^ 




b.O 




?.^ 




5*0 




5»^' 




6, d 




^.n 






6 . 


6,0 




6.0 




6,n 






:- .0 


^.n 






6.0 


6, ^ 






9.0 


9.0 






6.Q 


6,0 




6.0 




6,0 






i'.O 


^,0 






0,0 


3.0 




6.0 




6,n 




^.0 




2.0 

^.0 






^.0 




9.0 




9.r' 




9,0 




9.C 




6.0 




6.0 




t.O 




a.o 






..> , 


6.0 


4/12-6/7/82 



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Day- 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Name 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 


MURPHY WlLUUM 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




uo 


4,0 


NAGUWA DIANT 


P t NORTH 


4.0 




4.0 


NASER DOREEM T 


BUSINESS 




O.O 


3,0 


NAT AVTAR S 


EK'GIhEEPING 




6.0 


NAUMANN HANTRED 


CHEMISTRY 


6.0 




<J.o 


NELSON NAPOLEON 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




4.0 


4.0 


NESS BARUCH 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




4.0 


4.0 


NEVIUS C ED'-iARD 


P E SOUTH 




• . 


4,0 


NEVOLO AUGUST 


ENGINEERING 




/.o 


7.0 


NICHOLS CHRISTINA 


ENGLISH 


5.0 




9,? 


NICHOLS JOSEPH D 


BUSINESS 




I'.Q 


^.0 


NIELSEN DEANMA 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




1.0 


4.0 


NIEMI GUNNAR 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




M.O 


4,0 


NIXON PAUL 


ENGLISH 




3.0 


5,0 


NORCIA CHARLES 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 


O.O 




15.0 


NORONA CECILIA 


IDST 


3. 




3.0 


NOWICKI PAUl 


ARCHITECTURE 


6.0 




6.0 


NOZIK BARBARA A 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


9.0 




9.0 


OCONNOR LOUr,HRAN 


ART 


3,0 


o.Q 


9.0 


OCTAVIO ARTHUR 


P E SOUTH 




t,0 


4,0 


Q'JaFFER DOUGLAS GARY 


EARTb SCIENCE 




3.0 


?,0 


QELSCHIG FREDERICK 


ORNAMENTAL HORT 


9.0 




?.o 


OHY JORGE 


BUSINESS 




:.o 


5.0 


UHY HAKI 


BUSINESS 




'j,0 


5.0 


OLOCKI ROBERT 


AERONAUTECS 


11.0 




XI .0 


URSER WESLEY 


MATHEMATICS 


3.0 




?.o 


OSADA LUBA 


Ef'GLISH 


9.0 




9.0 


QXSEN RICHARU G 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 


3.0 


3.0 


b.,0 


PALACIO MITCHELL 


P E SOUTH 


6. 


'.0 


iO.o 


PALM CHRISTOPHER 


ORNAMENTAL HORT 




.-) .0 


?.n 


PALMER OPAL 


IDST 




3 . 


:5.n 


PALMER PHILIP S 


PHOTOGRAPHY 


9.U 




9.0 


PARODI MICHAEL 


P E 30UTh 


2.6 




?. .0 


PASTQRE ANGFLE 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




0, Q 


g.o 


PEARSON Sharon 


APT 




o.O 


i^.O 


PElTZ ROBERT 


BUSINESS 




3.0 


3,n 


PEREIRA MAR^ELLEn 


ART 




0,0 


6,n 


PERRET nELPHlNE 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


3.0 




?.o 


PERRYMAN JOHN 


IDST 


o.O 


O.Q 


9,0 


PETERSEN CHRISTOPHER 


DENTAL LAR TECH 


3.0 




?.Q 


PETERSor; GEORGE 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 




3.0 


?,0 


PHELAN ROBERT S 


ENGLISH 




9.0 


9.0 


PHILLIPS IRJIN 


BUSINESS 




...0 


2.n 


PHILLIPS PEGGY 


BIOLOGY 




O.Q 


6,0 


PIGGEE "'homaS Wayne 


p E South 


4.0 




4,0 



Effective 
Dates 



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Name 



Department 



Day 
Hours 



Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 



PILI AI FHASKARA'J K 
PMvlFTTl ROBFf^T 
PIPtR RPRNAnD 

• PLANT7 OORERT 
PLCSUR KARE'I 
POLFY JAMES 
POOM CURTIS 

♦ POSNtR f^USS'LL 1 
POTTER LINDA. S 
POTTER WalT'W R 

ppaglin mark 

PReSSLE^ R03EMARii^ 
pritchard GPANT 
pvle ve^a 

♦ quigley rcb-rt 

♦ quigley robert 
quock bing 

RAJU SULOMO'l 
R MIS AY MARY JO 
RAflSAY KARL 
R.\/ SUZANNE 
READ ST A \ TO I 
Rt;UF"EARf': GtP.iAlNE 
RFDICK V'ARY 

♦ REIMAN GARY EDWAK" 

♦ REOUTT OLEG 

* RESTlVo DOUGLAS 
REV I LOCK WILL. 
RIBERA A!MTHn,\Y DaV'ID 
RICHARDS THOMAS 
HICHMAN PAULA 
RICHiglNF WILL I AH 
RICKETTS JO^^W 
ROBERTS LAU-IE 

+ RODRIGUt^S RICHARp 
ROHDE JOHN 

• ROMAiMO AMTHONY A 
ROSE.g GEf?TRUDE 
RQSFNBA'iM LEANiMA 
ROSENTHAL BARBARA L 
ROSS KATHLEEN 

ROTH BE'^UAMJN 
RCTH RQFIN W 
ROWE PETER 
RUBIN MARY C 



RADIOLOGIC THER 
PRINTING TtCH 
PniMIiJG TECH 
CCf-iPUTER SCIENCE 
PWQTQGRAPHY 
bUSIKESS 
ARCHITECTURE 

insT 

RADIOLOGIC THER 
DFi.TAL LAB TECH 
EMC4LISH 
LItsRARY TECH 
LEGAL ASSISTING 
MEDICAL RECQf^D 

BUSINESS 
Bi'SINESS 
P E SOUTH 
ASTPONiCiMY 

BIOLOGY 

NURSING 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

BIOLOGY 

BUSINESS 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

6CHAVI0PAL SCIEN 

BUSINESS 

PHYSICS 

ART 

APCHITECTUUE 
CRIMINOLOGY 

Ef.'QLISH 
Er:QLISH 
BUSINESS 

FIRE SCIENCE 

ENGLISH 

ART 

ENGLISH 

BIJSINESS 

IliSTR ASSISTING 

Ef-'GLISH 

JOURNALISM 

BUSINESS 

BUSINESS 

MEDICAL RECORD 

PHYSICS 

COhPUTER SCIENCE 



2 







6.0 



4.0 



2.0 



4.Q 



9.0 



9.U 



6.0 



to.O 



9,0 



3.0 
.:.Q 
,.0 
^.0 



0.0 

6.0 
u, 

o. 

6.0 

•. ,0 

0.0 
0,0 
0.0 
:..0 



J.O 
6. 
...0 

6,0 

0.0 

L>.0 
J,0 
.■5.0 

0.0 

0.0 

5.0 
'■.0 

b. 



?,o 

?»n 
?.o 
S.n 

<^.o 

l.n 

e.o 
9.0 

e,3 

3,0 

9.n 

(^ . 

s.o 

7.,-! 

?.n 
?.o 
6.0 
9.0 

^.-^ 
5.0 
t • ^■ 

6.:? 

9,0 

^.n 
^,n 

3.P 
'SO 
3.0 
9,n 
7.0 



2/18-3/4/82 



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Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective 


Name 


Department 

computF-r science 


Hours 


Hours 
7,0 


Weekly 

7,0 


Dates 


RUBIN STEPHTn 




RUDEE STtpwr-K c 


BUSINESS 




3.0 


1,0 




R'jrriNji c:ha:^i.otte ann 


DIAG LEARNING 


3.0 




3,0 




♦ RULF ANI' PEARSON 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


4.U 




4.0 




♦ RUSH GEORGE 


P t SOUTH 




0,0 


2,0 




RUSTIGAM JAMES 


ENGLISH 


6.0 


^.0 


9.0 




RUSY.nI RICHARD 


OPi^AMENTAL HURT 


5.0 


O.O 


0.0 




H'JUD COPMEUIA P 


FOREIGil LAIJGUAGE 


o.O 




3.0 




RYMFR Rf'MEE MCGUINN 


FORPIGiJ LANGUAGE 




o, 


3.0 




sagfr mtl 


BUSINESS 




O.O 


e.n 




SALAMVr LE3N 


ASTRONOMY 


J.O 


O.O 


6,0 




SALISBURY LY.-JN 


CHEMISTRY 




(>,0 


6»n 




SANPJy/AL JOSE 


SOCIAL SCIfcNCFS 


6.0 




6,0 




SaNMAME? JUAN 


FOREIGN LANGUAuE 




^.0 


9.0 




» SANTOS '^ODN'i^Y 


BEHAVIORAL SCI 


6.0 




^,^ 




• SaRDALLA CASPAR 


SOCIAL SCILMCES 


3.0 




3,0 




SAWICKI RQBcRT J 


HOTEL RESTAURANT 




<..o 


?.n 




• SCHALIT PRE"! 


HEALTH SCIENCE 


3.0 




3.0 




s:har grant 


ART 




9.0 


9,0 




SCHERMA^' Hc^lRY 


AERONAUTICS 


0. 




C.n 




SCHIEFEP EVA MARIA 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




3 , Q 


?.o 




SCHLESTnIGER MARCIA 


CHEMISTRY 




3.0 


3.0 




SCHOENFELD EUI 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




0, 


3.0 




schoonover CMRYSTOPHE 


IDST 


3.0 




3.0 




♦ SCOPAZZI JOHN 


HOTEL RESTAURANT 




3,0 


3.0 




SCOTT DAN 


BUSINESS 




3,0 


3.0 




SCOTT RODGER 


BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 




^ , 


3.0 




SEGALAS CHARLES 


BUSINESS 




3.0 


3.0 




♦ SEGUin JAMES 


3USINESS 




':>.Q 


5.0 




SEID MELVIN 


HOTEL RESTAURANT 


1,0 




J.o 




Sharp marilyn 


ENGLISH 


9,0 




<?,0 




SHaTERiAN ALAN Wm 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




0,0 


J5.n 




ShaW ALAN M 


P E NORTH 


4.0 


4.0 


13,0 




sheehan elenja 


PI-OTQGRAPHY 


2,0 




2,0 




shegqleff tatiama 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




...0 


^.0 




SHRIEVE DERMIS C 


RADIOLOGIC THER 


2,0 




?.o 




Silverman Harold 


JOURNALISM 


3.0 




3,0 




SIMON GLADYS 


JOURNALISM 


3.0 




3.0 




SIMON LESLIE BET^ 


Er GLISH 


3.0 


3,0 


«5,o 




SiMOig LESLIE BETH 


IDST 


3.0 




3.0 


2/11-5/6/82 


SIMONCINI FORREST 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




6.0 


«,0 




SMITH IRENE WEED 


P E NORTH 




^0 


4.0 




SMITH ST'JAPT N 


PRINTING TKCH 




3,0 


V . 




SMITH V^RNCI 


RADIOLOGIC THER 


2,0 




2.0 




SOLARI PETER 


ENGLISH 




9,0 


9.0 




SPENCER HAROLD 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




-^.0 


4.0 




SPIVOCK LAWRENCE 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


8.0 




p.o 





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Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total Effective 1 


Name 


Department 

ENGLISH 


Hours 


Hours 

6.Q 


Weekly Dates " 


♦ STAMPS ^08E°T L 


6.0 % 


STAKGL A^iITA 


ENGLISH 




3.0 


?,o 


STANLEY HFL.-rv 


ART 




6.0 


(5.0 


S'^EINFR ROBERT 


APT 


6.Q 




6,0 


b^RRlNG FD^^aRD 


FQRFIG'J LAiJGUAGE 




o.O 


6.- 


« STEVENS BRIA^ D 


HOTEL RESTAURANT 




.) . 


laT 


STEVENSON RARRAJ^A 


APT 




O.O 


6 . 


S'UART JOHN 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




'i.O 


4,0 


STuDEMElSTtP ilARGARII 


CQhPUTER SCIENCE 


4.0 




4.0 


S■JLL-IVA^• JO?FPH 


FIRE SCIENCE 




n.O 


a.o 


* SULLIVAN MA^Y AM. 


BIOLOGY 




• .0 


?,c 


SUlTaN ^'E;MRY 


ART 




O.O 


6,0 


SWAN30N MARILYN 


CONSUMER ARTS 


5,0 




5,0 


SWaRTZ ^HOM'.S 


maThemaTic3 




J.O 


§,0 


TM'I riMPTHY 


FHRFlGiJ LANGUAGE 




o. Q 


•3 . 


TANAKA PORERT 


ARCHITECTURF 


'y .Q 




? . n 


♦ TANG PAUL S 


matwematic:^ 




.0 


6,3 


TANOJA CONSJELO 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




6 . 


>1 ' 


TarTaK mARV'Tlj 


M'JSIC 


3.0 


o.O 


?.n 


TCHIKOVANI :.tORG-S 


F CKFIGN LANGUAGE 




9.0 


9,0 


TCHlKOVA.^^I VKRA 


FOHEIGiJ LANGUAGE 


d . 




s.o 


TEETERS OWEM 


tiUSlNESS 




■',0 


e.n 


Terry l^nn 


8USlf^E^S 




- .0 


3.n 


THICKPEKNY HELAV:4i 


IDST 




o.O 


?,n 2/18-3/4/82 


TmomaS ."ARCU 


ID5T 




. . . 


3 . ^ 


THOMAS JOSEPH W 


BUSINESS 




'.0 


7.1 1 


THOMPSON! Ml:hAEL 


O^'lAtlENTAL HURT 


t . 




6.0 ^ 


THURSTON CH ARLF" H 


PHQTOGHAPWY 


'^.0 




•5.3 


TQMPKInS JOHN A 


bi.'SINESS 




'. . a 


v< . 


• TORRES FDGAR 


APT 


3.0 


... . 


6 . :. 


♦ TORUNO JAVIER 


FOREIGN LAljGUAGE 


3.0 


w.O 


6.0 


townsell fr.\nk V 


Mi.iSlC 




).0 


6.0 


TRICARO ROBERT 


BIOLOGY 


o. U 




6.-1 


* TSaTOS WILLIAM 


CHEMISTRY 


o.O 




6,0 


TSENG TA YU 


ART 


9 , 




9,0 


TSUI STFPMEJ 


BUSINESS 




5.0 


5.0 


TUCKER ^RENDA 


S^UDY CEriTLR 




.'>.0 


^.0 2/11-3/18/82 


TUCKER V' jErrREY 


BUSINESS 




3.0 




TUMHINIA jOAfJNE 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




r-. 


6. n 


TURDICI PETER 


F|RF SCIENCE 




•.0 


3 


TWEFQIE CHRlSTr-lA 


FOREIGrI LANGUAGE- 




o.Q 


^. "^ 


TYAU GAYLQRE 


BUSINESS 




-.0 


"5.0 


uhqv pa ml 


BUSINESS 




o.O 


^ , 


+ UPTON WILLIAM 


BUSINESS 




,■.0 


< . 1 



V/.SQUEZ MIGUEL A 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE o.O 



6. 



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Name 

VAYSSIE MICHAEL 
VELA CARLOS 
VELASQUFZ THOMAS 
VELEZ JOSE 
VERHOOGEN SANDRA 
VIRAY EDMUND 
VIRAY EDMUND 
VITORELO JOAN 



WADE HARRY 
WADEMAN»-GR 
WALL JESSE 
WALL ELLEN 
WALSH EDWA 
WALTON ROB 
WATSON VAL 
WATTS DAVI 
WAUGH SAND 
WEAVER KEI 
WEBB ERIC 
WEBB LOUIS 
WEINBERG G 
WElDON AUB 
WELDON AUB 
WELLS JON 
WENDEHOST 
WESTERGARD 

whiSman FR 
white raym 
whi^latch 

WISCH LAWR 

wong ronal 
woo yoland 
wostner UL 
wright jea 

WRIGHT KEI 
WULFF r«?ED 



BEN CLEONA 

DAVID 

H 
RD 
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ERIE 
D 

RA 
TH 



ARY 

REY W A 
REY W A 

OTTO 

RAY K 
EDERICK 
OND S 
NORMAN 
ENCE 
D 
A 
F 
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th rex 



XAUBET HORACIO 

YAMANAKA K MORGAN . 
YASUDA DUDLEY 
YEE CHRISTPM 

YEE JANE 
YEE JILL 

yee leland 

yim leslie k 

Young annie macmillia 



Day 
Department Hours 

HOTEL RESTAURANT 3,9 

ENGINEERING 

ENGLISH 

BUSINESS 

ENGLISH 9.0 

BUSINESS 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

WPEP 2.0 

PHOTOGRAPHY 4,0 

LEGAL ASSISTING 

PHYSICS 16.0 

ENGLISH 9.0 

MATHEMATICS 0.0 

RADIOLOGIC THER 1.0 

P E NORTH 6,0 

BUSINESS 

ENGLISH 

RADIOLOGIC THER 2,0 

ENGLISH 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

ENGLISH 9.0 

CRIMINOLOGY 

BUSINESS 

ART 3.0 

AFRONAUTICS 4.0 

MATHEMATICS 

CRIMINOLOGY 

BIOLOGY 6.0 

PHYSICS 3.0 

ORNAMENTAL HOPT 8.0 

ASTRONOMY 

INSTR ASSISTING 

MATHEMATICS 6 . 

LEGAL ASSISTING 

PHOTOGRAPHY 6,0 

BUSINESS 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

SOCIAL SERVICES 3 

BEHAVIORIAL SCI 3 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE 5 

CAREER DEV/PLACE 2 

BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 9 
BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 

RADIOLOGIC DIAQ 5.0 
LIBRARY 



Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 



4.0 
3.0 

V..0 

3,0 



o.Q 



^.0 

3.0 
7.0 

3.Q 
2.0 

3.0 
3,0 



t>.0 
3.0 



o.Q 

3.0 

3.0 
3.0 
0,0 

4.0 

o,Q 

3, 



5.0 
4.0 

3.0 

3,0 
9.0 
5.0 
?,n 
2.0 

4.0 

3.0 

?.0 
3.0 
i.o 

P.O 

3.0 
7.0 
3.0 

3.0 
2.0 
9,0 
3,0 
3.0 
3.0 

4,0 

5,0 
3,0 
9,0 
3,0 
|S,o 
3.0 
3.0 
6.0 
3.0 
fi.o 
3,0 

6,0 

3.0 
3.0 
9.0 

3.0 
9.0 
3.0 

5.0 
3,0 



1/22 § 1/23/82 ONLY 



2/22-5/3/82 



2/9-6/10/82 



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Name 

YOUNG 
YOUNQ 



DAVID 
PAUL GENE 



ZACK LAWRENCE R 
2AMCZYK RINA 
ZAPATA DARYL J 
ZELAYA KANUEL 
ZENDEJAS SALVADOR 
ZWEIQ AUDREv 





Day- 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective | 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 


Dates 1 


PRINTING 




^.0 


2.0 


^ 


BIOLOGY 


♦ 


8.0 


8,0 




BUSINESS 




3.Q 


3,0 




MFDICAL RECORD 


6.0 




5,0 




P E SOUTH 


3.0 




a.o 




BUSINESS 




'6,Q 


3,0 




SOCIAL SCIENCES 




o.O 


^.0 




DRNTAL ASSISTING 




3,0 


?,0 





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820126-G2 
Hourly 
Teaching 
Appointments 
Fall 1981 

Name 



*GOLDEN, ROY 
*MIYOSHI, RAYMOND 
SMITH, VERNON 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
for the effectrve dates indicated. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Department 

Business 

Dental Lab. Tech, 

Radiologic Ther. 



Day 
Hours 



Eve/Sat Total Effective 
Hours Weekly Dates 

3 3 1/6-1/29/82 

8 12/18/81-1/29/82 

2 1/21/82 only 



820126-G3 
Changes in 
Hourly 
Appointments 
Fall 1981 

Name 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted on the effective dates indicated. Salary 
shall be in accordcince with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate: 



Department 



Change effective dates 

CORNELL, ELIZABETH From Study Center 

and Study Center 

and Study Center 

To Study Center 

and Study Center 

and Study Center 



Day Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Hours Weekly 



3 3 

3 3 

3 3 

3 3 

3 3 

3 3 



Effective 
Dates 



9/9-9/16/81 
10/19-10/21/81 
12/1/81 only 
9/9-9/16/81 
10/19-10/27/81 
12/1/81 only 



OLOCKI, ROBERT 



From Aeronautics 11 
To Aeronautics 11 



11 11/19/81-1/29/82 
11 11/9/81-1/29/82 



YAMANAKA, K. MORGAN 



From Behavioral Sci. 3 

and Behavioral Sci. 3 

To Behavioral Sci. 3 

and Behavioral Sci. 3 



3 9/9/81-1/29/82 

3 11/30/81-1/18/82 

3 9/9/81-1/29/82 

3 11/30-12/3/81 



Cancel 

AFTER, BRUCE 
TANNING, KENNETH 



Business 

Dental Lab. Tech. 



12/15/81 
12/17/81 



*New hourly instructor- -appointment contingent upon possession and 
recordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential 



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820126-G4 

Registration 

Counselors 



RESOLVED: That the following named counselors be appointed 
to serve for a total of 7 hours each on the dates indicated. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
instructional rate: 



Name 
+BRINSON, ROSEMARY 
+MALONEY, CORNELIUS 
+RANDOLPH, ALVIN 
+SCHWAB, FRANK 
+SPOERER, DALE 
+ WELLS, WALLACE 



Effective Date 
12/22/8r 
12/28/81 
12/29/81 
12/21/81 
12/30/81 
12/23/81 



820126-G5 
live ning 
Division 
Counselors 



RESOLVED: That the following named counselors be appointed 
to serve in the Evening Division for the total number of hours 
shown for the effective dates indicated. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 

Name 
+BRINSON, ROSEMARY 
+CHIN, JESSIE 

ELAME, PHYLLIS 

HARRIS, JULIE 
+ICASIANO, JOSE 
+LUM, HELEN 
+MADIGAN, PATRICIA 
+MALONEY, CORNELIUS 
+McGOVERN, YVONNE 
+MIRELES, ENRIQUE 
+0'KEEPE, WILLIAM 
+ RANDOLPH, ALVIN 
+SPOERER, DALE 
+WELLS, WALLACE 
+WONG, PAUL 



Total Hours 


Effective Dates 


"7 


2/4 § 2/9/82 


3 


2/22/82 


7 


2/3 5 2/10/82 


8 


2/3 & 2/4/82 


3 


2/9/82 


6 


2/10 § 2/22/82 


7 


2/4 § 2/11/82 


4 


2/3/82 


3 


2/11/82 


4 


2/4/82 


4 


2/3/82 


7 


2/3 5 2/10/82 


10 


2/4, 2/11 S 2/22/82 


7 


2/4 ^ 2/9/82 


4 


2/3/82 



820126-G6 

Special 

Assignment 

Enabler 

Program 



RESOLVED: That effective February 3 through February 5, 
1982, +CHANG, HORTENSIA, be appointed to train peer advisors for 
the Enabler Program for a total of 15 hours. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate. 



820126-G7 

Special 

Assignment 

Instructional 

Computing 

Laboratory 

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RESOLVED: That effective January 7 through January 29, 1982, 
ARAUJO-OROSCO, GINA, be appointed to serve in the Instructional 
Computing Laboratory for a total of 15 hours per week. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non-in- 
structional rate. 



+Full-time instructor--extra pay. 



; 



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k 



820126-G8 RESOLVED: That effective February 1 through February 5, 1982, 

Pre-Spring the following named counselors be appointed for a total of 30 hours 
Counselors each. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
instructional rate: 



I 



Name 
+BRINSON, ROSEMARY 
+CARRILLO, LUIS 
+CHIN, JESSIE 
DAVIS, HERBERT 
HUMISTON, NANCY 
HUMISTON, THOMAS 
+ICASIANO, JOSE 
+KAWAKAMI, THOMAS 
+LaCROIX, RICK 

+lum, helen 
+madigan, patricia 
+maestas, frank 
+maloney, cornelius 
McCarthy, Cornelius 

+McGOVERN, YVONNE 

MEITZ, KENNETH 
+MIRELES, ENRIQUE 
+0'KEEFE, WILLIAM 
+RAND0LPH, ALVIN 
+ SCHWAB, FRANK 
+SP0ERER, DALE 

SCHOON, HOWARD 

TOLER, MELVIA 

VITORELO, JOAN 
+WELLS, WALLACE 
+WONG, PAUL 



820126-G9 
Women ' s 
Re-Entry 
Counselors 



RESOLVED: That the following named counselors be appointed to 
serve in the Women's Re-Entry to Education Program for the number 
of hours per week shown for the effective dates indicated. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instruction- 
al rate: 



Name 



Hrs/Wk, 



Effective Dates 



BERGSTROM, SAGE 


20 


2/1-2/5/82 


and 


15 


2/8-6/11/82 


*ROSS, ELLEN, 


IS 


2/1-3/1/82 


+ SUMMERS, KATHRYN 


20 


2/1-2/5/82 



*New hourly instructor- -appointment contingent upon possession and re- 
cordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential. 
-••Full-time instructor- -extra pay. 



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820126-GlO 
First-Year 
Contract 
Instructors 



RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982, the following 
named certificated personnel be appointed as First Year Contract 
instructors in the departments indicated. These appointments are 
subject to the submission of evidence of a negative chest x-ray 
and a satisfactory physical examination. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the 1981-82 Schedule I Salary Schedule: 



< 



Name 

COCHENNEC, MATHIEU H. 

LAFFERTY, DONALD 



Department 

Hotel 5 Restaurant 

Engineering 



820126-Gll 
Resignations 



RESOLVED: That effective January 29, 1982, close of business, 
the resignations of the following named instructors be accepted 
at ■^'\eir request: 



Name 

JOHNSON, MARSHALL 

TATEISHI, JOHN 



820126-G12 
Spring 
Semester 
Leaves of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That effective February 8 through June 21, 1982, 
the following named certificated personnel be granted leaves of 
absence for the reasons indicated: 



Name 

BERNSTEIN, DIANA 

FULLER, GEORGE 

LEONG, WINNIE 

POON, GORDON 

PROLO, JOANNE HICKEY 



Reason 

12/30 for Child Care 

Personal /Professional Development 

10/15 for Child Care/Personal 

Personal /Study-Training 

Child Care 



1 



820126-G13 RESOLVED: That for the purposes of record clearance the 
Demise demise of STEWART, JOAN, on January 5, 1982, close of business, 
be noted. 



820126-G14 

Special 

Assignment 

Photography 

Department 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 
the following named certificated personnel be appointed to serve 
in the Photographic Open Laboratory for the number of hours per 
week indicated. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, non-instructional rate: 



Name 

KING, CHARLES R. 
O'CONNOR, JEANNE 
PUNSALAN, DOUGLAS 



Hrs./Wk. 
18 ' 
6 
18 






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820126-G15 
Retirement 
State 
System 



RESOLVED: That recognition be given of the intent to 
retire through the State Teachers' Retirement System of the 
following named certificated personnel on January 29, 1982, 
close of business: 



Name 

DAVIS, HERBERT E, 

WONG, LAWRENCE B. 



Department 
Counseling 
Hotel 5 Restaurant 



820126-G16 
Early 
Retirement 
Contract 



RESOLVED: That authorization is hereby given to contract 
with DAVIS, HERBERT E., under the Early Retirement Program as 
provided in the Agreement between AFT Local 2121 and the San 
Francisco Community College District, Article 17.12, et seq. 
This particular Agreement shall be for the period of three 
consecutive academic years, 1982-83, 1983-84 and 1984-85. 



820126-G17 

College 

Librarians 

Day and 

Evening 

Division 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 
The following named librarians be appointed to serve in the 
College Library for the total number of hours per week indicated, 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
instructional rate: 





(Cl-6110) 


(Cl-5410) 


Name 


Day Hrs/Wk 


Eve Hrs/Wk 


+ALBERIGI, TERENCE 




4 


BRICKNER, MARGARET 


5 




CON LEY, LINDA 


15 




DOBB, LINDA 


15 




GERSTLE, LILLIAN 


9 




MAULET, BLANCHE 




10 


NG-CHIN, EVA 


15 




+SCHOLAND, JULIA 




4 + 41 


VALENTINE, ALEXANDER 


15 




WILLIAMS, ANN CAROL 




12 + 3 1 



hrs, 



hrs 



2/8/82 
2/8/82 



820126-G18 
Student 
Health 
Counselors 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 
the following named Student Health counselors be appointed to 
serve for the number of hours per week indicated. Salary shall 
be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate: 



Name 



Hrs/Wk 



CLARK, SUNNY 


18 


GAGE, FRANCES 


12 


WASSERMAN, JULIE 


18 



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+Full-time instructor--extra pay. 



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820126-G19 

Special 

Assignment 

DLC-Enabler 

Program 



RESOLVED: That effective February 1 through February 5, 
1982, +REILLY, REBECCA, be appointed to test incoming students 
for the DLC-Enabler Program for a. total of 30 hours. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
instructional rate. 



820126-G20 
Hotel S 
Restaurant 
Counselor 



RESOLVED: That effective February 1 through February 5, 
1982, +CISTARO, PETER, be appointed to serve in the Hotel and 
Restaurant Department for a total of 20 hours. Salary shall be 
in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate. 



i 



820126-G21 
Mental 
Health 
Counselors 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 
the following named Mental Health Counselors be appointed to 
serve in the Student Health Department for the number of hours per 
week indicated. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, instructional rate: 



820126-G22 

Special 

Assignment 

DLC-Enabler 

Program 



Name 

EDWARDS, SAM 
POLK, ANDREA 



Hrs/Wk 
6 
12 



RESOLVED: That effective February 8 through June 21, 1987, 
RUFFINI, CHARLOTTE ANN, be appointed to monitor student progress 
in the Diagnostic Learning Center for a total of 12 hours per week, 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
non-instructional rate. 



i 



820126-G23 

Aeronautics 

Counselor 



RESOLVED: That effective February 1 through February 3, 
1982, +CIARFAGLIO, VITO, be appointed to serve in the Aeronautics 
Department for a total of 20 hours. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate. 



820126-G24 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



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RESOLVED: That resolution 811020-G9, Concert /Lecture Series, 
be amended in part as follows: 



Change name 



from Chamber Music Group 

to John Konigsmark for Chamber Music Group 



+Full time instructor--extra pay. 



i 



S20126-G25 

Evening 

Division 

Certificated 

Persons in 

Charge 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
be appointed to serve as Certificated Persons in Charge in the 
Evening Division for the number of hours per week and additional 
hours shown for the effective dates indicated. Salary shall be 
in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate: 



Name 
+KAWAKAMI, THOMAS 

+MAESTAS, FRANK 

+STEWART, GEORGE 



Total Hours 

6 hrs/wk 

+ 3 hrs. each 2/8 

6 hrs/wk 

+ 3 hrs. each 2/9 

6 hrs/wk 

+ 3 hrs. each 2/8 5 2/10/82 



Effective Dates 

2/8-6/14/82 
2/10/82 

2/9-6/10/82 

2/11/82 
2/9-6/10/82 



820126-G26 

Evening 

Division 

Assistant 

Site 

Managers 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
be appointed to serve as Evening Division Assistant Site Managers 
for the number of hours per week and additional hours shown for 
the effective dates indicated. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate: 



Name 
+LARIN, RENATO 

+MIRELES, ENRIQUE 

TING, ALBERT 

VASQUEZ, MIGUEL A. 
+WONG, PAUL 



Total Hours 

10 hrs/wk 

+ 1 hr. each 2/8, 

6 hrs/wk 

+ 3 hrs. each 2/8 

10 hrs/wk 

+ 4 hrs. 

6 hrs/wk 



Effective Dates 

2/8-6/14/82 
2/9. 2/10 5 2/11/82 

2/9-6/10/82 
5 2/10/82 

2/8-6/19/82 
each 2/9, 2/11, 2/16, 2/18, ^ 2/20/82 

2/9-6/10/82 



+ 3 hrs. each 2/8 § 2/10/82 



10 hrs/wk 



2/8-6/14/82 



+ 1 hr. each 2/8, 2/9, 2/10, § 2/11/82 



820126-G27 

Evening 

Division 

Late 

Registration 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
be appointed to serve in the Evening Division to assist with late 
registration for the total number of hours shown on the dates 
indicated. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, non-instructional rate: 







Name 


Tot 


al Hours 




Effe 


active Dates 






+ERWIN, MARY CINDA 




12 






2/3 


S 2/4/82 






+MADIGAN, PATRICIA 




12 






2/3 


5 2/4/82 






+MAESTAS, FRANK 




18 






2/3 


5 2/4/82 






+MEEHAN, VALERIE 




12 






2/3 


^ 2/4/82 






+MIRELES, ENRIQUE 




18 






2/3 


& 2/4/82 






TING, ALBERT 




20 






2/3. 


,2/4, 2/5 S 2/6/82 






VIRAY, EDMUND 




21 






2/3, 


, 2/4 § 2/10/82 






+Full-time instructor- 


-extra 


pay. 






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820126-G28 
Concert/ 
Lecture 
Series 



I 



RESOLVED: That the following named individuals be appointed 
for the date shown and granted the honorarium indicated: 

Performer: Marc Myers for Miranda and Myers 

Date: January 13, 1982--12 - 1 p.m. 

Location: College Theater 

Honorarium: $50 

Concert: Modern Dance 



Cecile Miranda and Marc Myers have just returned from a three 
month concert and teaching tour of Japan. Formerly affiliated 
with the Cabrillo Dance Ensemble and the Four-Fold Dance Theater, 
they have performed widely in the Bay Area and their concert 
includes a variety of original choreographic works. 



820126-G29 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810818-G15, Department Head 
Stipends, Academic Year 1981-82, be amended in part as follows 



Change effective dates from 
9/8/81-6/21/82 to 9/9/81-1/29/82 
HOSKINS, WILLIAM 
KOBAYASHI, MARY JANE 
LALLAS, JAMES 
MEAD, EUGENE 
SAFIER. F^ED 
WONG, LAWRENCE 



Add 



CERRATO, FRANK 
DUNBAR, ROBERT 
DUNCAN-HALL, TYRA 
LONGO, JAMES 

NAYLOR, HERBERT 
THOMPSON, WILLIE 



Stipend (ending 1/29/82 and 
pro-rated to days served) 
$ 675.00 
$ 675.00 
$2,025.00 
$ 675.00 
$2,025.00 
$2,025.00 

Stipend (beginning 2/8/t!^ aiid 
pro-rated to days served) 
$2,025.00 
$ 675.00 
$ 675.00 
$2,025.00 

$2,025.00 
$ 675.00 



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820126-G30 

Additional 

Hours of 

Service 

Department 

Heads 



RESOLVED: That the following named Department Heads be 
appointed to teach for the additional hours of service shown. 
Effective dates for Day hours are February 9 through June 21, 
1982; Evening hours are February 8 through June 19, 1982. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate: 







Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Name 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 


AGUSTINOVICH, MARY ANN 


Behavioral Science 


3 




3 


CABRAL, BARBARA 


I.D.S.T. 


3 




3 


CAINES, JUNE 


Health Science 


2 




2 


CHIN, WILLIAM 


P. E. South 


2 




2 


DUNBAR, ROBERT 


Behavioral Science 


3 




3 


GARDNER, PETER 


Criminology 


3 




3 


HOVER, JESSE 


Art 


2 




2 


KAAR, ROBERT 


Earth Sciences 




3 


3 


KILGARIFF, MARTIN 


Fire Science 


3 




3 


LEVINSON, GERALD 


Chemistry 


3 




3 


LUDKEY, NORBERT 


Computer Science 


3 




3 


MANLOVE, ROBERT 


Behavioral Science 


3 




3 


MILLAR, W. STUART 


Aeronautics 


6 




6 


MUELLER, MADELINE 


Music 


3 




3 


NANCE, GLENN 


Social Science 


3 




3 


ROGERS, EDWARD 


Physics 


3 




3 


THOMPSON, WILLIE 


Behavioral Science 


3 




3 



820126-G31 RESOLVED: That effective February 8 through June 21, 1982, 
Temporary MURRELL, EDWARD JR., be appointed as full-time temporary long- 
Long-Term term substitute for James Lallas, regular instructor on leave 
Substitute from the Engineering Department. This appointment is subject to 

submission of evidence of a negative chest x-ray and a satisfactory 
physical examination. Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 
Schedule I Salary Schedule. 



820126-G32 RESOLVED: That effective November 23, 1981 through January 29. 
Special 1982, +LONGO, JAMES, be appointed to serve in purchasing activities 
Assignment for the Hotel and Restaurant Department for a total of 42 hours. 
Hotel S Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
Restaurant instructional rate. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-033 

Dismissing a Regular Employee of 

the San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 



♦ 



WHEREAS, Naomi Rattner ("Rattner") is a regular certificated employee 

of the District and is an instructor at City College. 
Rattner' s teaching responsibility for the Fall 1981 semester commenced 
on September 8, 1981. Rattner failed and refused to report for said 
teaching responsibility on September 8, 1981, and has failed and 
refused to report on each and every required date from September 8, 
1981, to and including January 11, 1982; and 

'•^lEREAS, acJi such failure and refusal constitutes singularly and 

collectively a persistent violation of or refusal to obey 
the school laws of the State or reasonable regulations prescribed 
for the government of the public schools by the Board of Governors 
or by the Board in violation of Education Code Section 87732(g); and 

WHEREAS, on or about May 12, 1980, Rattner was evaluated pursuant to 

the provisions of Part 51, Chapter 3, Article 4 of the 
Education Code; and 

WHEREAS, on or about December 15, 1981, and on or about January 11, 
19bZ, the Board considered said evaluation and the written 
recommendation of Kenneth S. Washington, President of City College, 
and Herbert M. Sussman, the Chancellor/Superintendent of tlie DistrjcL. 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That for each and every one of the 

foregoing reasons, singularyly and 
collectively, the Board pursuant to Education Code Section 87672 makes 
its decision to dismiss Naomi C. Rattner as a regular employee of ihe 
San Francisco Community College District, said decision to be effective 
as of January 26, 1982, and adopts the Written Statement to Dismiss 
a Regular Employee (Education Code Section 87672) previously presented 
to it, which is incorporated herein by reference and a copy of which 
shall be maintained in the official Board records. 

Submitted by. 



« 



Kenneth S. Washington, President 
City College of San Francisco 



Recommended for adoption: 



Reginald Y. Alexander 

Vice Chancellor, Certificated Services 



i 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 

1/26/82-G33 



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City College of San Francisco 

ETHNIC SURVEY 

NEW FIRST-TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
OF FOREGOING RESOLUTIONS 



TIME PERIOD: FROM 



December 15, 1981 



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January 26, 1982 



FACULTY 


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Social Science 
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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Sub j ect 



Resolution No. 820126H1-H8 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
City College of San Francisco 



President and Members : 

Resolution No. 820126H1-H8 covers certificated personnel items 
in categorically funded programs for City College of San Francisco. Services 
are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each of the 
categorically funded programs appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by. 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 



HI to H8 
Page 1 of 3 
1/26/82 



Kenneth S, 
President 



Washington 



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820126-Hl 

Special 

Assignment 

CAP Project 

C;i-2800- 

]4022 



820126-H2 

EOPS 

Counselors 



RESOLVED: That effective December 16, 1981 through January 22, 
1982, *ROSS, GORDON, be appointed to serve in the Cap Lab of the . 
Communications Assistance Program for a total of 10 hours per week. ^ 
Salary shall be in accordance witl^ the current salary schedule, ^ 
non- instructional rate. Funded CAP - Res. 810901-B5. 



RESOLVED: That effective February 1 through February 5, 1982, 
the following named certificated personnel be appointed to serve 
as EOPS counselors in the Special Programs Department for a total 
of 20 hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, instructional rate. Funded EOPS - Res. 810616-B2. 



I 



Name 
+CHIN, WILLIAM 

DELGADO, RITA 
+GRIFFIN, BERNICE 
+KWAN, MARION 
+LARIN, RENATO 
+McLEAN, CARLOS 

UBUNGEN, DENNIS 



820126-H3 
Special 
Assignment 
EOPS 



RESOLVED: That effective February 1 through February 5, 1982, 
YNGOJO, MARCUS, be appointed to provide EOPS outreach and orien- M 
tation for the Special Programs Department for a total of 20 hours. ^ 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
non- instructional rate. 



820126-H4 
Special 
Assignment 
Nursing 
Skills Lab 



820126-H5 

Special 

Assignment 

CAP Project 

Gl-2800 - 

14022 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 
MILLER, BONNIE J., be appointed to serve in the Nursing Skills Lab 
for a total of 18 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. Funded 
Nursing Capitation Grant - Res. 810901-B4. 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel be 
appointed to serve in the CAP Lab of the Communications Assistance 
Project for the number of hours per week indicated for the effective 
dates shown. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, non-instructional rate. Funded CAP - Res. 810901-B5. 





Name 


Hours/Week 


Effective Dates 




CASEY, THOMAS 


18 


2/9-6/18/82 




EVERS, KATHLEEN 


18 


2/9-6/18/82 




+FLOWERS, APRIL 


10 


2/9-6/21/82 


HI to H8 


TU, DOROTHY 


18 


2/9-6/18/82 


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WEISBACH, CLARICE 


18 


2/9-6/18/82 


1/26/82 









*New hourly instructor- -appointment contingent upon possession and re- 
cordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential. 
+Full-time instructor--extra pay. 

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820126-H6 

Special 

Assignment 

DLC-Enabler 

Program 



RESOLVED: That effective February 8 through June 21, 1982, 
MASSEY, MARY LOU, be appointed to monitor student progress in the 
Diagnostic Learning Center for a total of 12 hours per week. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
instructional rate. Funded VEA Subpart 2 - Handicapped. 



820126-H7 RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 

Special the following named certificated personnel be appointed to serve 
Assignment in the Special Programs Department in the activities shown for 
HOPS the number of hours per week indicated. Salary shall be in 

accordance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional 

rate. Funded EOPS - Res. 810616-B2. 



Name 

SADA, MARGIE NG 

YNGOJO, MARGUS 



Activity 

Data Technician 

Orientation S Outreach 



Hrs/Wk. 
15 
18 



820126-H8 
EOPS 

Counselors 
Spring 1982 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 
the following named certificated personnel be appointed to serve 
as EOPS counselors in the Special Programs Department for a total 
of 15 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
current salary schedule, instructional rate. Funded EOPS - Res. 
810616-B2. 



HI to H8 
Page 3 of 3 
1/26/82 



Name 

DELGADO, RITA 
UBUNGEN, DENNIS 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Coiranunlty College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 820126- Jl to 820126- J3 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Comniunity College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 820126- Jl to 820126-J3 cover certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by. 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor/Superintcndcnt 

Jl to J3 

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Subject: Resolutions No. 820126-Kl to 820126-K21 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 820126-Kl to 820126-K21 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
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Herbert M. Sussman 
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COM^fUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



820126-K5 



Amendment 



RESOLVED: That the following resolutions, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
to show the ending dates of the Appointments for 
the following employees. 



I 
1 



NAMES 



CENTER 



RESOLUTION NO. 



DATES SHOWN SHOULD BE 



Gewanter, David 
Graham, Minnie S. 

Halpern, Irene 

Mund , Marvin 

Sheffield, Suzanne 
Stopes, Shigemi S. 

Taylor, Sandra 
Tollefson, Stephen 
Toney, Anita K. 



23 Mission 

16 Galileo 

81 Galileo 

81 Galileo 

81 Galileo 

87 Galileo 

81 Galileo 

87 Galileo 

81 Galileo 



811215-Kl 
810901-Kl 

810901-Kl 

810901-Kl 

810901-Kl 
810901-Kl 

810901-Kl 
810901-Kl 
810901-Kl 



11/30/81 
1/26/82 

1/27/82 

1/29/82 

1/27/82 
1/26/82 

1/26/82 
1/23/82 
1/23/82 



12/18/81 
1/28/82 

1/30/82 

1/30/82 

1/30/82 
1/30/82 

1/30/82 
1/30/82 
1/30/82 



820126-K6 
Change of 
Name 



820126-K7 

Leave 

of Absence 



820126-K8 
Extension of 
Leave of 
Absence 



820126-K9 
Leave of 

Absence 



820126-KlO 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That the name of JOYCE JACOBS, f§ 
Hourly Instructor, Mission Community College Center 
of the Community College Division be changed to 
JOYCE STEINFELD, effective September 20, 1981. 

RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982 thru 
June 21, 1982, RONALD R. PRUITT, Schedule II Instructor, 
Mission Community College Center, be granted a leave 
of absence from his position; reason: Personal/Study, 
leave without pay. 

RESOLVED: That effective January 11, 1982 thru 
May 28, 1982, JANET G. CLYNE, Schedule I Instructor, 
Alemany Community College be granted an Extension 
of her 1/5 leave of absence from her position; reason: 
Care of Relative, leave without pay. 

RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982 thru 
June 21, 1982, EUGENIA A. YAVORSKY, Schedule I Instructor 
Downtown Community College Center be granted a 1/5 leave 
of absence from har position; reason: Personal/Study, 
leave without pay. 

RESOLVED: That effective September 8, 1981 thru 
September 30, 1981, FRANCENE LUM, Schedule I Instructor, 
Downtown Community College Center be granted a 2/5 leava^l 
of absence from her position; reason: Rest, leave withov | 
pay. 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



820126-Kll 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That effective October 1, 1981 thru 
June 21, 1982, FRANCENE LUM, Schedule II Instructor, 
Downtown Community College Center be granted a 1/4 
leave of absence from her position; reason: Rest, 
leave without pay. 



820126-K12 
Retirement 
Concurrent 



RESOLVED: That in accordance with the provisions 
of subdivision (b) Section 251 of the San Francisco 
Municipal Code, also known and designated as subdivision 
(b) Section 51 of Ordinance No. 4.073, and notification 
from the Retirement Board, the retirement for service 
be noted for MARVIN M. LUNDWALL, Schedule I Instructor 
at John Adams Community College Center, be effective 
January 29, 1982. 

Be it understood that the above retirement is a concurrent 
retirement in the State Teachers' Retirement System and 
in the San Francisco City and County Employees' Retirement 
for years of service. 



820126-K13 
Retirement 
State 



RESOLVED: That recognition be given JAMES SMALLEY, 
Schedule II Instructor, John Adams Community College 
Center of his intent to retire through the State Teachers' 
Retirement System, effective January 29, 1982. 



820126-K14 

Instructional 

Program 



820126-K15 
Instructional 

Program 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional 
program be approved and given at the location shown. 
For administrative purposes, the following program 
is attached to John Adams Community College Center. 

Class: Police Reserve and Limited Peace Officer Training 

Location: 2055 Silver Avenue 

Instructor: Maxwell Gillette 

No. of Sessions: 24 

Hours per Session: 2 

Fee per Session: $40.00 

Period of Time: 1/6/82-4/7/82 

Group Leaders: Dirk Beijen, Michael Chan, Edward Collins, 

Michael Rebel, Wassil Rolovich, Lawrence 

Ryan 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional 
program be approved and given at the location shown. 
For administrative purposes, the following program 
is attached to Labor Studies Program. 



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Class : Working Women 

Location: 33 Gough St. 

Instructor: Dorothy Sue Cobble 

No. of Sessions: 2 

Hours per Session: Various 

Fee per Session: 1 (3 $50.00, 1 @ $125.00 

Period of Time: 12/12/81 

Group Leaders: Vicky Saporta and Tim Sexton 

1/26/82 

-iio- 



COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



820126-K16 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional prograi 
attached to Career Guidance Experimental Programs, be 
amended as shown. 



i 



Resolution No. 801216-K5 

CANCEL: Sharon Martin - 11/19/80 and 12/17/80 
Total Fee $100.00 



820126-K17 
Amendment 



820126-K18 

Amendment 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 
attached to Galileo Community College Center, be 
amended as shown. 

Resolution No. 801021-K6 



CMfCEL: Joseph France - 10/7, 14, 21, 28/80 
Total Fee $216.00 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 
attached to John Adams Community College Center , be 
amended as shown. 



820126-K19 
Amendment 



Resolution No. 810602-K4 

Barbara Foster - 6/1/81 - 2 Hours - No Fee 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional progra 
Attached to Labor Studies Program, be amended as shown 

Resolution No. 811103-K15 



II 



Fee Per Session: Shown 



820126-K20 
Assignments 
Long-Term 
Substitutes 



NAME 

Chin, Tina Wong 
Schedule II 

Cornejo, Linda 
Schedule I 



3 (3 $50.00 each. 



Should Be 



3 (a $60.00 eac 



RESOLVED: That effective January 11, 1982 thru 
May 28, 1982, the following certificated employees be 
assigned for the Spring Semester, School Year, 1981-82 
as Temporary Schedule I, Schedule II Long-Term Substitute 
at the center shown. Subject /Activity as indicated. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 salary 
schedule. 



CENTER 



13 C/N.B. 



11 Alem. 



SUB. /ACT. 



ESL 



ESL 



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VICE 



Reiser, Sheryl (Leave of 
Absence) 

Farrar, Stamps (Sab. Leave 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



820126-K20 
Assignments 
Long-Term 
Substitutes (cont'd.) 



NAME 



CENTER 



SUB. /ACT. 



VICE 



*Dunnigan, Adele 
Schedule I 

Morgano, Clare 
Schedule I 



20 J. Adams Nursing I-Class Tansky, Cecelia (Dis. 

& Clinical Allowance) 



11 Alem. 



ESL 



Coleman, Donald (Sab. Leave) 



Nelson, Robert E. 
Schedule I 



11 Alem. 



ESL 4/A 



Larson, Penelope (Sab. Leave 



*Pinette, Evangeline 
Schedule I 



20 J. Adams Nursing Il-Class Chase, Estrella (Sab. Leave) 
& Clinical 



Slaughter, Randi 
Schedule I 



11 Alem. ESL 



Ilyin, Donna (Sab. Leave) 



Veerathanongdech, 

Panida 
Schedule I 



13 C/N.B. ESL 



Robinson, John (Sab. Leave) 



820126-K21 
Appointments 
1st Year 
Contract 



RESOLVED: That effective January 11, 1982, the 
following certificated employees be appointed to first 
year contract (probationary) Schedule L, Schedule II 
Positions, assigned to he center and subject/activity as 
indicated below. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the 1981-82 salary schedule. 



NAME 



CENTER 



SUB. /ACT. 



VICE 



Herman, Stephen 
Schedule II 



13 C/N.B. 



Typing, Cler. 



New Position 



Woodard, Patsy 
Schedule I 

Yee, Sue Lim 
Schedule I 



20 J. Adams Nursing I-Class 

& Clinical Fontaine, Opal (Retired) 



13 C/N.B. 



Counseling 



New Position 



Yu , Raymond 
Schedule II 



13 C/N.B. 



Counseling 



Vacant Position 



*Pending Screening and Interviewing. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-Ll 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases or contributions 

Presldnet and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-Bl has made available 
to Its employees the provisions of Section A03(b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects to accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-Bl authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403 (b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as selected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



1/26/82 - LI Page 1 



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EMPLOYEE NO. 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 



Bankers Life & Casualty 
Beneficial Standard Life 
Great West Life Insurance 



Home Life Insurance 

Kemper Investors 

Lincoln National 

New York Life 

Paul Revere Variable 

Prudential Insurance 

Safeco Life Insurance 
II 

Variable Annuity Life 
II 

Washington National 



023692 


$500.00 


041860 


200.00 


042034 


400.00 


936555 


214.00 


980707 


315.00 


904470 


75.00 


024215 


500.00 


012857 


142.00 


032649 


100.00 


028302 


1,178.00 


042634 


760.00 


036397 


100.00 


999490 


646.00 


020623 


845.00 


084340 


600.00 


008893 


300.00 



Tax Sheltered Custodial Account 



Investors Fiduciary Trust Co. 



005103 



115.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: 

the amount indicated as 
to employment contract: 



That the Governing Board amend the salary 
of the following individual employees by 
a result of their termination of amendment 



Et-IPLOYEE NO. 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 



Great West Life 
II 



Paul Revere Variable 
Prudential Insurance 
Variable Annuity Life 



000247 


$436.00 


017306 


580.00 


035646 


50.00 


015677 


800.00 


041344 


2,025.00 


026245 


775.00 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-Ql 

Denying Claim of Steven G. Moore against the SFCCD - $125.00 

President and Members: 

The subject claim is for the cost of dental treatment purportedly 
necessitated after claimant was allegedly struck in the mouth by a fellow 
participant in a basketball game at City College. 

Because no District liability has been established, it is recommended 
that the claim be denied. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the claim of Steven G. Moore in the sum of $125.00 
against the San Francisco Community College District be 
and is hereby denied. 

Submitted by. 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



1/26/82 - Ql 



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Honorable Governing Board of the •• 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-81 

Adopting contract provisions relating to the 

collective bargaining contract between the 

San Francisco Community College District and 

AFT Local 2121 - for the years 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84 

President and Members: 

The representatives of the Governing Board and of the AFT Local 
2121 have reached tentative agreement on contract provisions for a collective 
bargaining agreement, on behalf of the Faculty Unit, and the San Francisco 
Community College District. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board hereby enters into a 
contract with AFT Local 2121, the contents of 
which are on file with the Secretary of the Governing Board 
and by this reference is made a part of this resolution as 
though fully set forth herein, and that the term of said 
contract be from July 1, 1981, to June 30, 1984, unless 
otherwise indicated in the aforementioned contents; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/ Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, 
are authorized and directed to implement the resolution 
and to submit the necessary finance resolutions to fund 
the implementation at the earliest possible Governing 
Board meeting. 

Submitted by. 



Natalie Berg 

Coordinator, Personnel Relations 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-S2 

Salary Recommendation for Certificated 
Employees - Fiscal Year 1981-82 

President and Members: 

Pursuant to California Government Code, Title I, Division 4, Article 10, 
Section 3549 thereof, a salary increase for the various certificated employees 
of the San Francisco Community College District is being recommended in accordance 
with the contract agreement between the SFCCD and the AFT Local 2121. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That for the first and second semester hourly instructors 

(including hourly emeritus) of the San Francisco Coimnunity 
College District, the 1980-81 salary rate shall be increased by 6% 
retroactive to July 1, 1981. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That for day-to-day substitutes (including 

categorically-funded) of the San Francisco 
Community College District, the 1980-81 salary rate shall be increased 
by 6%, effective February 1, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That for categorically-funded non-unit members 

(excluding day-to-day substitutes) of the 
San Francisco Community College District, the 1980-81 salary rate shall 
be increased by 6% retroactive to October 1, 1981. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor /Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized 
and directed to implement the resolution and to submit the necessary 
finance resolutions to fund the Implementation at the earliest possible 
Governing Board meeting. 

Submitted by. 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Conununity College District 



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Subject: Resolution No. 820126-83 

Salary Recommendation for Management 
Certificated Employees, Senior Program 
Supervisors, Confidential Certificated 
Employees, and Contract Management Employees, 
For the Fiscal Year 1981-82 



President and Members: 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That for all management certificated employees of the 
San Francisco Community College District, the 1981-82 
management salary schedule, effective July 1, 1981, shall be increased 
by 6% over the applicable 1980-81 salary schedule. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That for Senior Program Supervisors for 

Allied Health, Parent Education, and Automotive 
Programs in the Community College Centers Division, the 1981-82 salary 
schedule, effective July 1, 1981, shall be increased by 6% over the 
applicable 1980-81 salary schedule. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That for the confidential certificated employees 

of the San Francisco Community College District, 
the 1981-82 salary schedule, effective July 1, 1981, shall be increased 
by 6% over the applicable 1980-81 salary schedule. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the current contract agreements with 

Kenneth S. Washington, President of City College 
of San Francisco, Laurent R. Broussal, President of Community College 
Centers Division, and Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor/ Superintendent of 
the San Francisco Community College District be amended effective July 1, 
1981, to increase their salaries by 6%, and that all other provisions 
of the current agreements shall remain unchanged and effective, and 
the President of the Governing Board is authorized to execute this 
amendment to the current agreements. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor /Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized 
and directed to implement the resolution and to submit the necessary 
finance resolutions to fund the implementation at the earliest possible 
Governing Board meeting. 

Submitted by. 



Recommended for adoption: 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



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Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-S4 

High School Program Reaccreditation Self -Study 



President and Members: 

The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of 
Schools and Colleges, will send an evaluating team to visit the San Francisco 
Community College Centers Division to review its high school programs at the 
John Adams Center and the Galileo Center. This review will take place 
simultaneously with the WASC Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior 
Colleges Accreditation Team visit to the entire San Francisco Community College 
District, March 22 - 24, 1982. 

The Accrediting Commission for Schools Procedures require that the 
San Francisco Community College District provide the Commission with the San 
Francisco Community College Centers Division High School Programs Self-Study 
Report. Upon your acceptance of this report, copies will be printed for 
distribution to the Accrediting Commission for Schools and to the staff. 

Acknowledgment of the John Adams Center and the Galileo Center staffs 
is noted for their voluntary participation in the gathering of data supplied for 
this report. This freely giving of time and energies reaffirms the commitment 
of the Centers Division's support of the District's philosophies, goals and 
functions. The following resolution is therefore recommended. 

BE IT RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College 

Centers Division High School Programs Fifth-Year 
Validation Self-Study accurately reflects the high school programs 
offered in the San Francisco Community Collie District. 



Recommended for adoption: 



Respectfully submitted. 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Patsy McMurtrie 
Accreditation Coordinator 
Centers Division 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Carlos Ramirez 
Vice-President for 
Instructional Services 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-Wl 

Approval of the SFCCD 1983-87 Five Year State Capital 
Construction Plan and authorization for submittal to the 
Office of the Chancellor, California Community Colleges 

President and Members: 

The Community College Construction Act of 1967 & 1980; Education Code 

Section 81800 et seq. requires the submission of an updated Five-Year Capital 

Construction Plan for the District to the Office of the Chancellor, California 
Community Colleges on or before February 1, 1982. 

The staff is preparing the submittal in the prescribed format with 
supporting documentation. The basis of the updating is the Capital Construction 
Program adopted by the Governing Board at their January 13, 1981 meeting. 

Only those project needs included in the previously approved program. 
as well as mandated requirements (handicapped, life, safety and energy conserva- 
tion) were considered for this submittal. However, certain modifications to 
individual projects were made due to changed circumstances subsequent to previous 
Governing Board action, such as current plans of the District concerning future 
academic programs considered in the light of anticipated reduced revenue; escalat- 
ing construction cost; enrollment projections; and utilization standards adopted 
by the Board of Governors, California Community Colleges. The above factors have 
a direct bearing on the nature, scope and timing of proposed projects to assure 
consideration for full or partial State funding. 

The resulting Five-Year Plan submittal will be consistent in content 
and principle with previous plans adopted by the Governing Board and expecta- 
tions of the level of State support; therefore, the following resolution is 
recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given to the SFCCD 1983-87 
Five-Year Capital Construction Plan, and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent is 

authorized to sign the document and submit 
it to the Office of the Chancellor, California Community Colleges. 

Submitted by. 



Recommended for adoption 



George W. Shaw 
Assistant Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Conununity College District ^ 

Subject: Resolution No. 820126-W2 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with 
San Francisco Housing Authority for the use of space 
by State Preschool Program. 

President and Members : 



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For several years the Community College Centers Division has been 
using approximately 1800 square feet of space at San Francisco Housing Author- 
ity, 956 Ellsworth Street, San Francisco, to conduct State Preschool classes. 
Rent for the 1980-81 academic year was $200.00 per month including all mainte- 
nance, utilities and custodial services. It will remain the same for 1981-82. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to enter into a rental 
agreement with the San Francisco Housing Authority, 956 Ellsworth 
Street, San Francisco, for the use of approximately 1800 square feet 
of floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space 

shall be at the rate of $200.00 per month 
to include all maintenance, utilities and custodial services. The 
term of the rental agreement shall be from September 1, 1981 thru 
June 30, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for 

damage by fire, earthquake, the elements, 
or enemy attack, including any action taken by the military, naval, 
or air forces of the United States, except, however, that the Lessee 
shall be responsible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San 

Francisco Community College District shall 
arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority of 
a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by 
the Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community 
College District, and duly certified as to funds by the Controller 
of the City and County of San Francisco, pursuant to the provisions 
of Section 6.302 of the Charter of said City and County. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 
1/26/82 - W2 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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tuiHancisco Comnimiity College District 

fy College of S<m Ei'aiicisco/Coniniiuiity College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor 



January 27, 1982 



^ NOTICE OF MEETING 
OF THE GOVERNING BOARD 
SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

The Governing Board will meet in public 
session to discuss personnel items only from 
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 9, 
1982 at 33 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA. 
This will be the ONLY meeting in February. 

Next Regular Meeting will be March 9, 1982 
at 7:30 p.m. 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
PUBLIC LIBRAnV 



33 Gough Street 

J San Francisco, California 94103 
(415) 



Governing Board 

San Francisco Community College District 

Julie Tang, President 

Ernest "Chuck" Ayala, Vice President 

Booker T. Anderson, Jr. Robert E. Burton 

John Riordan Dr. Tim Wolfred Alan S. Wong 

Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor 



5P 

C7^ ^ AGENDA 



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Regular Meeting 
Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

^^ 33 Gough Street 
Tuesday, February 9, 1982 

6:00 p.m. 

I. Roll Call f,r. ^ 1 , ^(^Qtp 

II. Pledge of Allegiance , ., £. , ..;r- . .i 

III. Chancellor/Superintendent's Resolutions . - -— 
Personnel 



D - Classified Personnel, 820209D2-20 (Pages 2-12) 

G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 820209G1-14 (Pages 13-23) 

H - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

City College, 820209H1-5 (Pages 24-26) 
J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 820209J1-3 (Pages 27-33) 
K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 820209K1-13 (Pages 34-75) 

Superintendent's Resolution (Pages 76-77) 

SI - Approval of additional classes for the Community 
College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District "• 

Subject: Resolution No. 820209-D2 

Amendment No. Nine to the Annual Classified Position 
Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Annual Classified Positions Resolution enumerates all classified 
positions of the San Francisco Community College District continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget. As positions are created, 
deleted, classified, reclassified or changed as to number of positions, class 
title, or rate of compensation during the year, the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution is amended to reflect these changes. This amendment is such a change. 
The effective date and the nature of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Classified Positions Resolution 1981-82 
as amended be hereby amended as indicated below: 



Amendment 



Class and Item Number 



Compensation 
Schedule 



Section 669010 C - College Division - Salaries 

1 deleted 19 1424 Clerk Typist 

1 added 44 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

Effective 02/10/82 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 01/18/82 
reclassifying above position. 

Submitted by: 



$ 465 B 560 
510 B 614 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Cotmnunlty College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 820209-D3 to 820209-D20 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 820209-D3 to 820209-D20 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, transfers college aides, releases, resignations, leaves, 
salary increment increases, remove name from records, rescindment appointment, 
abridgement of leave of absence and change of status, all in accordance with the 
Civil Service procedures of the City and County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 

Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



D3 to D20 
Page 1 of 9 
02/09/82 



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APPOINTMENTS 



820209-D3 RESOLVED: That the following named person be appointed for permanent 

duty subject to the usual probationary period to be effectivf 
on date as shown below: v 



Name 



WONG, Susan F. 



Class 

1426 Sr. Clerk 
Typist 



Location 



Effective 



District Office 01/13/82 



Salary 
$586 BW 



820209-D4 



Name 



RESOLVED ; 



FAAPOULI, Sally 
BALDWIN, Sharon L. 
RODRIGUEZ, Diana A. 
VAN LEHN, Glen 
MASSARELLA, Nance 
STEEB, Michael 
THOMAS, Steven 
WEINSTEIN, Robert V. 
NELSON, James C. 



That the following 
duty, location and 

Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist 
1630 Account Clerk 

1736 Computer 

Operator II 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
8204 Institution 

Police Officer 



named persons be appointed for temporary 
effective dates as shown below: 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



City College 01/13/82-06/30/82 $534 BV 

District Office 01/13/82-06/30/82 $586 B\ 

City College 01/13/82-06/30/82 $480 B\ 

01/27/82-06/30/82 $562 B\ 

01/25/82-06/30/82 $5.137fl! 

02/09/82-06/30/82 $5.13( 

01/25/82-06/30/82 $5,137 

01/25/82-06/30/82 $5.137.'il 

01/27/82-06/30/82 $752 B1 



City College 

Teachers 

Resource Ctr 
City College 



Teachers 

Resource Ctr. 
Teachers 

Resource Ctr. 
Centers Bldg. 

Grds. 



820209-D5 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours or $409.00 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



Name 



Class 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



CHRISTIE, Lewis 1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. City College 01/20/82-06/30/82 $4,675 h 
NGUYEN, Phuvien T. 1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Child Care Ctr. 01/18/82-06/30/82 $4,675 li 



TOY, Anna S. 

D3 to D20 
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02/09/82 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. City College 01/21/82-06/30/82 $4,675 

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APPOINTMENTS 



820209-D5 
Name 



(Continued) 

Class 



SUREAU, Jonathan 
MARROQUIN, Ines 
ROE, Kevin 
CARBERRY, Margaret 



1404 Clerk, P.T, 



1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist, P.T. 
RODRIGUES, Barbara A. 1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist, P.T. 
WILLIAMS, Nelson III 1760 Offset Machine 

Operator, P.T. 



Location 



Effective 



District Office 12/18/81-06/30/82 

J. O'Connell 12/09/81-12/18/81 

CCC 
City College 01/20/82-06/21/82 

Centers 01/11/82-03/03/82 

Administration 
Centers 01/14/82-06/30/82 

Administration 
Galileo CCC 01/11/82-06/30/82 



Salary 
$5.6000 H 
$5.8125 H 
$5.8125 H 
$6.3750 H 
$6.3750 H 
$6.1750 H 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

820209-D6 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 

3591 College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, Salary 
at the rate of $3.57 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

CHOU, Kui Chang 
McFARLAND, Ruben 



Effective 



Name 



01/13/82-06/30/82 STEWARD, John 
01/13/82 06/30/82 THANG, My Ky 



Effective 

12/31/81-06/30/82 
01/13/82 06/30/82 



820209-D7 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab, Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.57 per 
hour not to exceed $409.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



LEUNG, Alan Wh 
ORTEGA, Joann D, 



Effective 

01/13/82-06/30/82 
12/16/81-06/30/82 



Name 



OW, Diana W, 



Effective 



01/13/82-06/30/82 



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02/09/82 



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TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE A IDES 

820209-D8 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College WORK STUDY 
PROGRAM, be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective on dates as 
shown below: 



Name 

DIEP, Thang 
LAN, Chu 
WANG, David 



Effective 

01/13/82-06/30/82 
01/13/82-06/30/82 
01/13/82-06/30/82 



RELEASES 



820209-D9 



Name 



RESOLVED: 



VAN LEHN, Glen 
SKOLNICK, Julian 



That the following temporary persons be released close 
of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 



Location 



1734 Computer Operator I City College 

3598 School Aide III, Career Guidance 
P.T. 



Effective 

01/26/82 

01/28/82 



820209-DlO RESOLVED: That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be 

released from their temporary appointments close of day 
on dates as shown below: 



Name 

DAVIS, Richard 
KIM, Sonia Sung 
MARROQUIN, Ines 
GIUSTO, Steve M. 
TRIA, Hazel F. 
CAMPBELL, Ira L. 



Class 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

2615 School Lunchroom 

Helper, P.T. 
3591 College Aide, P.T. 



Location 

City College 

City College 

J. O'Connell CCC 

City College 

(Cafeteria) 

City College 



3597 School Aide II, P.T. Downtown CCC 



Effective 

12/10/81 

01/22/82 

12/18/81 

12/03/81 

12/03/81 

01/21/82 



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RESIGNATIONS 

820209-Dll RESOLVED: That the resignation of Janet HEATH, permanent 1A24 Clerk 

Typist assigned to Career Guidance, be accepted close of 
day 01/19/82. 



820209-D12 RESOLVED; 

Name 

RAMIREZ, Julia A. 

MONTES, Robert 



That the resignations of the following temporary employees 
be accepted close of day on dates as shovm below: 



Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 



Location 
District Office 
City College 



Effective 

12/28/81 

01/20/82 



LEAVES 

820209-D13 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be granted leave of 

absence as shown below: 



Name 

BROWN, Aurora J. 
SATHE, Kaumudi N. 
FENG, Angela K. 
BREWSTER, David 
NELSON, James C. 



Class 



Location 



Effec. & 
Duration 



Reason 



1402 Jr. Clerk City College 02/08/82 for Educational leave 

one year 



1424 Clerk 

Typist 
1630 Account 

Clerk 
2709 School 

Custodian 
8207 B. & G. 

Patrolman Officer 



Downtown CCC 



12/21/81 for To accept temp. 

1 month 1426, at DPW 

District 02/03/82 for Personal business 

Office one year 

City College 01/13/82 To accept temp. 

(Indefinite) 9140, at MUNI Rwy 

City College 01/27/82 To accept temp. 

(Indefinite) 8204, same dept. 



SALARY INCREMENT 
INCR EASES 

820209-D14 RESOLVED: That the salaries of the following named persons be 

increased effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

JOHNSON, Dorothy 

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Page 5 of 9 
02/09/82 



Class 



1404 Clerk 



Location 



Effec. From To 



City College 03/17/82 $491 B $514 



-7- 



SALARY INCREMENT 
INCREASES 



820209-1)14 (Continued) 



Name 

RIVERA, Rita M. 
WONG, Annie 
WU, Muriel 
NGUYEN, Chanh 



Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 

5384 TIA Electronic 
Technician 



Location 
City College 
City College 
Galileo CCC 
City College 



Effec. 



From 



To 



03/09/82 $465 B $487 

03/26/82 $510 B $534 

03/26/82 $510 B $534 

03/10/82 $714 B $748 



REMOVE N;\ME 
FROM RECORDS 



820209-D15 



RESOLVED: That the name of Kaumudi SATHE, 1424 Clerk Typist on 

permanent duty at Downtown CCC, be removed from the records 
close of day 01/22/82 due to accepting a permanent position as 1426 at 
Department of Public Works. 



RESCINDMENT 
APPOINTMENT 

820209-D16 RESOLVED: That the appointment of Lan To CHIU, temporary 3591 College 

Aide, P.T., under WORK STUDY PROGRAM, on Resolution 
No. 811215-D6, be rescinded. 



ABRIDGEMENT OF 
LEAVE OF ABSENCE 

820209-D17 RESOLVED: That the leave of absence granted to Aurora J. BROWN from her 

permanent position, 1402 Jr. Clerk, be abridged cod 02/07/82; 
and effective 02/08/82 she return to her permanent position assigned to 
City College. 



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02/09/82 



^ 



ABRIDGEMENT OF " ^ 

LEAVE OF ABSENCE ** 

820209-D18 RESOLVED: That the leave of absence granted to Therese POYDESSUS 

from her permanent position, 1A2A Clerk Typist, be abridged 
cod 01/12/82; and effective 01/13/82 she return to her permanent 
position assigned to City College. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

820209-D19 RESOLVED: That Therese POYDESSUS, temporary 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

assigned to City College, be released cod 01/12/82 
(permanent 1424) and that effective 01/13/82 she be appointed permanent 
1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, subject to the usual probationary period, assigned 
to the same department. 



820209-D20 RESOLVED: That Alfonso LOPEZ, temporary 1842 Management Assistant 

assigned to S.F. Skills Center, be released cod 01/26/82; 
and that effective 01/27/82 he be appointed to a temporary requisition 
declared permanent in nature as an 1842 Management Assistant, subject 
to the usual probationary period, assigned to the same department. 



I 



> 



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02/09/82 



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D3 to D20 
Page 8 of 9 
02/09/82 



SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
As of February 9, 1982 



1 


W 


M 


2 


A/PI 


F 


1 


W 


M 


1 


w 


M 


1 


A/PI 


F 


1 


W 


F 


2 


w 


F 


1 


H 


F 


1 


W 


F 


3 


W 


M 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1630 Account Clerk 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF February 9, 1982 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


129 


80 


35 


61 


29 





334 


Female 


185 


64 


60 


90 


33 





432 


, Total 


314 


144 


95 


151 


62 





766 1 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am . Ind . 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.8 


10.4 


4.6 


8.0 


3.8 


_ 


43.6 


Female 


24.2 


8.4 


7.8 


11.7 


4.3 


— 


56.4 


Total 


41.0 


18.8 


12.4 


19.7 


8.1 




100.0 



Asian Am. Ind. 
White Black Hispanic Pac. Is. Ak . Nat. Other Total 



SF - 1980 
Census 



45.9% 



12.7% 



12.3% 



21.7%- 



0.5% 



6.9% 



100.0% 



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02/09/82 



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Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



( 



SAN niArjcisco co:lmunity collkgi: di strict 

CALSSIFILD tMPLOYLnS 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary L Part-Time) 
ETimiC SURVEY 
AS OF February 3, 1981 

KUMBER OF E>rPT>OYEES 





V7hite 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Ts. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


118 


' 81 


38 


55 


22 




31A 


Female 


195 


67 


A7 


78 


1 

34 


1 


422 


Total 


313 


148 


85 


133 


56 


1 


736 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hispanic " 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Ara. Inc. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.0 


11.0 


5.2 


7.5 


3.0 




42.7 


Female 


26.5 


9.1 


6.4 


•10.6 


4.6 


.1 


57.3 


Total 


42.5 


20.1 


11.6 . 


18.1 


7.6 


.1 


100.0 



^^"^^ , HrrK 



SF -19S0 
Census 



A5.9I 



12. 7Z 



Asian 



12. 3Z 



21. 7Z 



Am. Ind, 

Ak. N',7t. 



0.5%' 



Other 



Total 



6.9Z 



100. o: 



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02/03/81 



Pac. !.«;. - Pacific Isl.nndcr 
Am. Ind. - American Indi^ui 
Ak. Nnt. - Alaskan Native 



■-12- 



(f 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 820209G1-G14 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members 



Resolutions No. 820209G1-G14 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. I'ascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 



Gl to G14 
Page 1 of 11 
2/9/82 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



-13- 



820209-Gl 
Hourl y 
Teaching 
Appointments 
Spring 1982 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed to M 
teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names during^ 
the Spring Semester, 1982. Unless otherwise indicated, the effective 
dates for Day hours are February 9 through June 21, 1982; Evening hours 
February 8 through June 19, 1982. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 







Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective 


Name 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 


Dates 


♦ ANGELOFF THOMAS 


ENGINEERING 


3.0 




9.0 




♦ BALE3TRPRI ROBFRT PET 


ENGINEER INC, 


6.Q 




^.0 




♦ BEDFCAR^AX EDMUMii 


BIOLOGY 




4.5 


4.5 


2/16-3/21/82 


* pEDECARRAX EDMUND 


BIOLOGY 




1.0 


1.0 




BELAHHINO HERillNlA 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




3.0 


9.0 




« BELLUSCI DAVID 


MATHEMATICS 




5.0 


5.0 




♦ 8ENDA^M ANTONIO 


HOTEL RESTAURANT 


l.D 




i.o 




BERLIN RPENDA 


DRAM^ 


6.0 




1^.0 




PERLIN RRENDA 


DRAMA 


3.0 




3,0 


4/12-6/20/82 


» gESDANSKY BRPNDA 


CChPUTER SCIENCE 




4,U 


4.0 




BQLDEN PINKIt L 


HEALTH SCIENCE 


2.9" 


2.U 


4.0 




BRACONI JOAN 


LAEOI! STUDIES 




3,0 


3.0 




BROLAN FLSIE 


BUSINESS 




3.U 


3.0 




♦ BRONQEL RICHARD 


ENGINEERING 


6.Q 




Q.O 




eURTON LAWRFNCE 


BpOApCASTING 


3.0 


3.C 


6.0 




GAMPBELL DOMaLD 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 


3.0 




9.0 




CANEPA JOSEPH 


BUSINESS 


6.Q 


3.0 


f.O 




■CiRROLL WILLIAM 


BUSINESS 




3.U 


3.0 




CARTER AVERY 


LABOI?i STUDIES 




3,0 


3.0 




♦ GATE DONALD 


DRAMA 




6.0 


^.0 




» CHANG NAI*-KANG 


ARCHITECTURE 




3.0 


3.0 




CROWN PAUL SIDNEY 


LABOR STUDIES 




3,0 


3.0 




» COHEIJ EDWIN 


E^iCiLlSH 




3,U 


9.0 




* COHEN ED>IN 


ENGLISH 




3.0 


9.0 


2/10-4/7/82 


COLES LY^vN 


P E NORTH 


4,0 




9.0 




* GOMBS BARBARA 


HEALTH SCIENCE 




2.0 


2.0 




♦ COMMON KURT 


ENGINEERING 


3,13 




3.0 




♦ COOPER STEPHEN J 


E! GI^EERING 


6,D 




i).0 




CAWSON HELEN 


BUSINESS 




3.0 


9.0 




» DIEFENBACH D J ALEXAN 


ARCHITECTURE 


1:1 




2.0 




♦ DOKEY JACK 


BUSINESS 




9.0 




# DOMINGUFZ DELIA 


HEALTH SCIENfiE 


2.0 




2.0 




# DOMINGUEZ DELIA 


HEALTH SCIENCE 




'd,ii 


2.0 


2/11-4/1/82 


DONG DONALD 


BUSINESS 




3.0 


9.0 




POYLE JOHN 


DFaMA 




6.0 


($.0 





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2/9/82 



*New hourly instructor--appointinent contingent upon possession and re- 
cordation of an appropriate California Conmunity College Credential. 
+Full-time instructor- -extra pay. 
#Pro-rata instructor- -extra pay. 



^ 



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820209-Gl (continued) 



Name 
♦ DUGGAN r-KAPLEY J 



Department 
(- \r SOUTH 
ErolNEERINu 



Day 
Hours 



3.0 



Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 



2. J 



3.0 

3.0 



Effective 
Dates 





FELDF:RILL L^H'] 


UFNTAL ASSISTING 


8,0 




B.O 






FELPBRILL LZ'H'l 


DFiiTAL ASSIST I i-iG 




7,5 


7.5 


1/30/82 ONLY 




FELIAS l.ILV C 


P E NORTH 


2.0 




2.0 






FL-L?tR ' ILL 'AM 


Ef UIREERINf, 


6.0 




e.o 






FIETZ F^'JCL^ 


8LSINFSS 




3.0 


3.0 






GAP OP '"JNl-K H-J-T 


JOlRNALISM 


9.C 




9.0 






U^r-CiUK gE^-s^f'E ■' 


LA[)OR bTUDIES 




3,0 


3,0 






GORDON riPPA 


Hf^LTH SCIENCE 




2.U 


2.0 


2/9-3/30/82 




GRcE J DIANE 


i^Ll^INESS 


9.Q 




9,0 


• 


* 


GRECljFirUD ^FRW! 


Er.'L'LISH 


9.0 




9,0 






'jRE'JFELl, ROr,E:nr 


bUblNESS 


a.o 




6.0 






HEIGHT r,AVlD M 


Bi'SINEbS 




9.L1 


9,0 




« 


MAMILTO': R03t'7T 


ARCHITFCTiJRE 




3,L. 


3.0 




♦ 


HARRIS ThE^^E-^A 


HEALTH SCIENCE 


2.(i 


2.0 


4.0 






HAkJKIMS ALF^'D 


BUSINESS 




V.O 


^.0 






HENNI JG •J''^^ i F JH 


LAbOR STUDIES 




3.0 


3.0 




« 


HIEF SU'^'M L 


COf^PUTER SCIF-NCE 




2.0 


2,0 






HVaTT Mf'-'EDIl'-i 


b"SlNEbS 


3.0 


t . u 


9,0 




♦ 


J'JH' :,0N ^ET'V 


BUSINESS 


5.U 




9.0 






KALA rtfRDELTZA 


CAREER DEV/PLACE 




^ .tJ 


4.0 


2/9-3/31/82 




KELLER ^HNA! •; 


PPINTING TECH 




3.0 


3,0 






KEMf cDY ROo-h^ 


BUSINESS 




o.O 


^.0 




♦ 


KlL-PATRinK ';:r?^': CE 


Ef'C.LlSH 




3.C 


3,0 






MnG Ka'^'ILE^u 


LAbOR STUDIES 




3. u 


3.0 






LAflGLEY ARL!i-GT3 . 


oUSINeSS 




3.0 


3,0 






L.AR'^EM JOHN 


PtoQTOGKAFHY 




2.U 


2.0 




« 


LEE JAmFS 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 




3.0 


3.0 






LEE PAUL 


BUSINESS 




3.0 


3,0 






LEE SHIF^LEY 


FOhEIG.: LAI|GUa(jE 




3,(. 


3,0 


. 




LEMMON riEE ^ 


trGlHEERINQ 




7,0 


7,0 






UORVaN SIDNEY 


SUSI-NESS 




3,0 


3.0 




« 


MALFK RrGEf< 


ARCHITECTURE* 


, 




6.0 






MARTINEZ f^RpD 


BUSINESS 




9.0 


9,0 






MASOrJ«p.RvNF PA'lEu* 


D'^AMA 


6. 


3,0 


9,0 






hCCLURG -"^ARi '-■■ 


ENGLISH 


6.0 


3.C 


9.0 






i-ICKENZlF HE S^Y 


BUSINESS 




3.0 


3.0 






t'lCHAHON PA'.JLm 


UEi'jTAL ASSISTING 


3.0 




$.0 






hCHAHON PAUuA 


urUAL ASSISTING 




7.5 


7.5 


2/6/82 ONLY 



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820209-Gl (continued) 



Name 

MI rCHFLl <'*"(:t:i< ' , L" 

MUMP^ Tl '.I lAT 





Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effect ice 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 

3,0 


Weekly 

3.D 


Dates 


L'.oOf^ STUDIES 




2/8-4/12/82 


CARFER DEV/PLACE 




2.C 


2.0 


2/20-4/17/82 


Bl'L^INESS 




9.0 


9»0 




Bl.SINFSS 


3.0 




5.0 





I^EXOii JA'TT A 



LA^'OH bTUDIES 



. u 



3.0 



ORRIG^I Tb.RKA: Cr 
OLSTil JACK 
ORir: JAl-'l:S C 
ORLf'W ALLE^ 
OHTA LISA 

OSBORNE KI3TLE''^ 
L'SHAUGH' '.S'~" JO'i i 

^'^'M THO'-AS 
PAMTaLET-I c/.T.OsY 
PARR "DA'/'-D 
PHIL iqoSUN KAP-/ 
PITCkroRU D-liGLAS ' 
POYER BP'-'C& J 

Rt:Gl;.|n KfcSTOR 
REHJON Ai^NALtE CUAIP 
RETI:^I0 wiOSEP'f 
HOBEK^S DAVID 1 
ROSS DIAN'^ 

SCHHEIDP*^ Ff^F.D-;MCK 
SCR IB: JET EA"'L J 
SEIDLIT^ LEO 
SHEA MaRGAP^T 
$He:N KEf"^ET.i 
SHOR!J CATHtPIi,!- 
SMJTH HiiUA 1 
SOLLER noBE-'T 
SQLUER POBE^T 



TAYNTQN UON'.LD 

♦ THuMaS PARBA!^A E 

♦ THuPBER ^^ar^ s 

♦ UDELL SI HON 



dlblNESS 




i . u 


3.0 


LAPnR STUDIES 




3.0 


3.0 


DFAMA 


3,0 


3.y 


e.o 


BUSINESS 


2,0 




2.0 


ENuLISH 


6.0 


3.C 


9,0 


ol:.iness 




6,0 


$.0 


BUSINESS 


3.Q 




§.0 


ARCHITECTURE . 


6.0 




fi.O 


afchitecture 


6.U 




i^.O 


DRAMA 


3,Q 


3.0 


§.0 


y^SINESS 




3.0 


3,0 


8lj:>Ii\iESS 




3.0 


3,0 


LAi-OR STUDIES 




3,0 


3.0 


Ant.HITr.CTURE ■ 


6,0 




16,0 


FOPPIGM LAhGUAQE 




3.0 . 


3,0 


BUSINESS 




3.0 


3.0 


P E SOUTH 




4.Q 


4.0 


LABOR STUDIES 




3.0 


5,0 4/19-6/14/82 


ENGINEER IMG 


3.0 




3.0 


El'.iTfsFERING 


3.Q 




g.o 


LAROlj; STUDIES 




6.0 


(i.O 


MEDICAL ASSTNG 




6 . 


3,0 


tIrilNEERIN'G 


3.0 




5,0 


BlJi,INESS 


6.0 




i&.O 


BI;GINESS 




3.(1 


3.0 


ENGtlSH 


3.0 


O • 


^.0 


JRAMA 


3.0 




3.0 


Bi.'SINE-aS 




6.t' 


6.0 


CAPFER DEV/PUACE 




2.0 


2,0 2/20-4/17/82 


EI.GLiSli 


o.O 




3.0 



Af-CHITECTURE 



6, u 



fi.O 



* MALKUEY lAWRfeNCE 
l^ElMSTQCr\ GLORIA 

* WELLS WALLACE 

♦ WESTbROO'< PATRlCr. A 

WOLKu'^F SIDNEY 
WONG OSC^R 

♦ iAKUS Sl-'ARRi.ns 
ZANKO El-'lENE 

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Page 4 of 11 
2/9/82 



ul'iGlNEFRIKiG 
UPaMA 
BUSINESS 
BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 


5 

6 


,0 
.0 


3 
3 

3 




u 


5 

3 
3 








BUSINESS 

EMU INFER IMG 






6 
6 




6 




p 


HEALTH SCIENCE 
trjGINEERIMCj 


9 


.0 


2, 





?. 

9, 



,0 



-16- 



820209-G2 
Changes in 
Hourly 
Appointments 
Spring 1982 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted. Unless otherwise indicated, the effective 
dates for Day hours are February 9 through June 21, 1982; Evening 
hours, February 8 through June 19, 1982. Salary shall be in accord- 
ance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 



Department 



Day Eve/Sat Total Effective 
Hours Hours Weekly Dates 



Change effective dates 



FRANCESCHI, MARY 


From 
To 


Nursing 
Nursing 


9 
9 




9 
9 


2/11-3/13/82 
2/11-3/18/82 


LARUE, GREG 


From 

To 

and 


Computer Sci. 
Computer Sci. 
Computer Sci. 




6 
6 
6 


6 
6 
6 


2/8-3/26/82 
4/27-6/21/82 


SMITH, VERNON 


From 
To 


Radiol. Ther. 
Radiol. Ther. 


2 
2 




2 

2 


2/10-4/14/82 


UHOV, PAUL 


From 
To 


Business 
Business 




6 
6 


6 
6 


4/13-6/3/82 


WEAVER, KEITH 


From 
To 


Radiol. Ther. 
Radiol. Ther. 


2 
2 




2 
2 


4/21-6/16/82 


Increase 

ADAMS, KENNETH 


From 
To 


Astronomy 
Astronomy 


3 
3 


3 
6 


6 
9 




BURICK, KATHLEEN 


From 
To 


P. E. North 
P. E. North 


8 
4 


6 


8 
10 




D'ANGELO, JACK 


From 
To 


Business 
Business 




3 
6 


3 
6 




GROSSMAN, MARCELLE 


From 
To 


Foreign Lang. 
Foreign Lang. 


6 
6 


3 


6 
9 




HARRETT-AIGLA, GEO. 


From 
To 


Biology 
Biology 


6 
9 




6 
9 


• 


KELLEY, LORETTA 


From 
To 


Computer Sci. 
Computer Sci. 




4 
7 


4 
7 




LEE, MARIE ELAINE 


From 
To 


English 
English 


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7 


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9 





CI to CM 
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820209-G2 (continued) 



Name 



Department 



Increase (continued) 

LIN, PERSHING From Architecture 

To Architecture 



LYAU, PAMELA 
MOBERG, MICHAEL 
NAGURA, DIANE 
+REIMAN, GARY 
RYMER, RENEE 
SEID, MELVIN 
STUART, JOHN 
VELA, CARLOS 
WE LOON, AUBREY 



Decrease 
GAGETTA, JOHN 

WAUGH, SANDRA 

WESTERGARD, RAY 

Cancel 

MARMOL, LEONARDO 

SCOTT, RODGER 



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From P. E. North 
To P. E. North 

From Business 
To Business 

From P . E . North 
To P. E. North 

From Business 
To Business 

From Foreign Lang. 
To Foreign Lang. 

From Hotel S Rest. 
To Hotel § Rest. 

From Computer Sci. 
To Computer Sci. 

From Engineering 
To Engineering 

From Criminology 
and Business 
To Criminology 
and Business 



From Architecture 
To Architecture 

From English 
To English 

From Mathematics 
To Mathematics 



Behavioral Science 
Behavioral Science 



Day 
Hours 



Eve/Sat 
Hours 



4 

7 

4 

8 

3 
3 
3 
6 



3 
3 



+Full-time instructor--extr;i pay. 



Total Effective 
Weekly Dates 



3 
6 

2 
4 

3 
6 

4 

a 

3 
6 

3 

1 
2 

4 

7 

4 

8 

3 
3 
3 
6 



6 
3 

7 
4 

5 
3 



3 
3 



2/8/82 



-18- 



820209-G3 
Hourly 
Teaching 
Appointments 
Fall 1981 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
for the effective dates indicated. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 

+CERRATO, FRANK 
+McALLISTER, KEITH 



Department 

Mathematics 
Mathematics 



Day Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Hours Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 

1/14-1/29/82 
1/14/1/29/82 



820209-G4 
Qianges in 
Hourly 
Appointments 
Fall 1981 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted on the effective dates indicated. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instruction- 
al rate: 



Name 



Department 



Change effective date 

MARQUEZ, JOSEPHINE From C.D.P.C, 

and C.D.P.C. 

To C.D.P.C. 

and C.D.P.C. 



Day Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Hours Weekly 



2 2 

2 2 

2 2 

2 2 



Effective 
Dates 



9/10-11/5/81 
11/10/81-1/4/82 
9/10-11/5/81 
11/10/81-1/14/82 



Cancel 

DE LA ROSA, EDMOND Mathematics 



1/13/82 



820209-G5 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 820126-G27, Evening Division Late 
Registration, be amended in part as follows: 



Delete 

VI RAY, EDMUND 



Total Hours 
21 



Effective Dates 
2/3, 2/4 S 2/10/82 



820209-G6 RESOLVED: That effective February 1 through February 5, 1982, 

Pre-Spring +MARCUS, DONALD, be appointed to serve for a total of 30 hours to 

Counselor provide pre-Spring counseling. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, instructional rate. 



820209-G7 RESOLVED: That for the purposes of record clearance the 

Demise demise of PELLETIER, WILLIS, on December 4, 1981, be noted. 



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+Full-timc instructor--extrn p;iy. 



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820209-G8 

Evening 

Division 

Certificated 

Persons in 

Charge 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
be appointed to serve as Certificated Persons in Charge in the 
Evening Division for the total number of hours shown for the dates > 
indicated. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary ^ 
schedule, instructional rate: W 



Name 
+KAWAKAMI, THOMAS 
+MAESTAS, FRANK 



Total Hours 



Effective Dates 

1/28/82 

1/25 § 1/27/82 



820209-G9 
Evening 



Division 


Assistant 


Site 
Manager 



RESOLVED: That on January 26, 1982, +WELLS, WALLACE, be 
appointed to serve as Assistant Site Manager in the Evening 
Division for a total of 3 hours. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



820209-GlO 
Special 
Assignment 
Women ' s 



Re-Entry to 
Education 



RESOLVED: That effective January 19 through January 28, 
1982, ROSS, ELLEN, be appointed to conduct mini -workshops and 
provide counseling for new Women's Re-Entry students for a total 
of 30 hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, instructional rate. 



820209-Gll RESOLVED: That effective February 8 through March 9, 1982, 

Hourly the following named certificated personnel be appointed as hourly 

Counselors Counselors for a total of 60 hours. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



<i 



Name 

HARRIS, JULIE 

TOLER, MELVIA 



820209-G12 

Special 

Assignment 

Instructional 

Computing 

Laboratory 



RESOLVED: That effective February 1 through February 5, 1982, 
ARAUJO-OROSCO, GINA, be appointed to serve in the Instructional 
Computing Laboratory for a total of 15 hours. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



+ l'ul 1-t hue tnslructor--cxtr<i ]);iy. 



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820209-G13 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810818-G15, Department Head 
Stipends, Academic Year 1981-82, be amended in part as follows 



Change effective dates from 
9/8/81-6/21/82 to 9/8/81-1/29/82 

KAWAKAMI, THOMAS 



Add 



O'KEEFE, WILLIAM 



Stipend (ending 1/29/82 and 
pro-rated to days served) 

$2,025.00 

Stipend (beginning 2/8/82 and 
pro-rated to days served) 

$2,025.00 



820209-G14 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



Add 



RESOLVED: That resolution 820126-G30, Additional Hours of 
Service, Department Heads, be amended in part as follows: 



COBBLE, SUE 
LONGO, JAMES 
McCONNELL, JAMES 
SUMMERS, KATHRYN 



Department 

Labor Studies 
Hotel § Restaurant 
Business 
Health Science 



Day Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Hours Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 

2/8-6/19/82 
2/9-6/21/82 
2/9-6/21/82 
2/9-6/21/82 



Increase 



LUDKEY, NORBERT 



From Computer Sci. 3 
To Computer Sci. 3 
and Computer Sci. 



3 2/9-6/21/82 
3 2/9-6/21/82 
6 3/29-4/26/82 



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City College of San Francisco 

ETHNIC SURVEY 

NEW FIRST TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
OF FOREGOING RESOLUTIONS 



TIME PERIOD: FROM 



January 26, 1982 



TO 



February 9, 1982 



FACULTY 


WHITE 
M F 


BLACK 

M F 


HISP. 
M F 


OTHER 

ASIAN 

PAC. IS. 

M F 


••FIL. 
M F 


AM. IND. 
AK.NAT. 

M F 


TOTAL 
M F 


MINORITY 
TOTAL 

M F 


MINORITY 

% 


Schedule 
I 




















Schedule 
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3 


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4 


19.0 



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Department 


5 W (M) 




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1 Fil. (M) 




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1 W (M) 




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1 W (F) 




CAP Grant 


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Career Development r, Plncement 


2 W (F) 




Computer Science 


1 As/Pac. Is. 


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Computer Science 


1 W (M) 




Engineering 


2 W (F) 




English 


1 W (M) 




English 


1 W (F) 




Foreign Language 


1 W (M) 




Mathematics 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820209H1-H5 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
City College of San Francisco 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 820209H1-HS covers certificated personnel items 
in categorically funded programs for City College of San Francisco. Services 
are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each of the 
categorically funded programs appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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820209-Hl 

Special 

Assignment 

CAP Project 

Gl-2800 - 

14022 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
be appointed to serve in the Communications Assistance Project 
for the total number of hours shovm on the effective dates in- 
dicated. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary- 
schedule, non-instructional rate. Funded CAP - Res. 810901-B5. 



Name 
+FLOWERS, APRIL 
WEISBACH, CLARICE 



Total Hours 

40 
6 



Effective Dates 

1/28-2/5/82 

1/26/82 



820209-H2 

Special 

Assignment 

CAP Project 

Gl-2800 - 

14022 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 11, 1982, 
the following named certificated personnel be appointed to serve 
in the Cap Lab of the Communications Assistance Project for a 
total of 14 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. Funded CAP 
Res. 810901-B5. 

Name 
*GOEPFERT, PAUL 
*MALIZIA, KATHLEEN 



820209-H3 RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 

Special +CHOW, VICTOR, be appointed to provide curriculum development for 
Assignment the EOPS Basic Remediation Project in the Special Programs Depart - 
EOPS ment for a total of 7 hours per week. Salary shall be in accord- 

ance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 
Funded EOPS. 



820209-H4 

Special 

Assignment 

Women ' s 

Re-Entry 

Program 

Gl-4500 - 

12000E 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel be 
appointed to conduct mini-workshops for Women's Re-Entry students 
for the number of hours shown for the effective dates indicated. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
instructional rate. Funded VEA Subpart 3 - Res. 811006-B9. 



Name 


Total Hours 


Effective Dates 


+BRINSON, ROSEMARY 


8 


2/18 S 2/19/82 


+COMBS, BARBARA 


6 


2/16/82 


COOK, FLORENCE 


8 


3/9 § 3/12/82 


+MADIGAN, PATRICIA 


6 


2/10 § 2/11/82 


VITORELO, JOAN 


8 


2/11 S 2/12/82 



*New hourly employee- -appointment contingent upon possession and re- 
cordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential. 
+Full-time instructor--extra pay. 



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820209-H5 RESOLVED: That effective January 4 through June 30, 1982, 

Special +McINERNY, WILLIAM, be appointed to develop computerized instructional 

Assignment modules on molecular theory for the Fund for Instructional Improve- 

Fund for ment Grant for a total of 266 hours. Salary shall be in accordance 

Instructional with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 

Improvement 

Grant 

Gl-7200- 

14022 



+ Fu]l-timo instructor--extra piiy. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Coinmunity College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 820209- Jl to 820*20^- J3 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 820209-Jl to 820209-J3 cover certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons . 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be Included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by. 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 

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820209-J3 RESOLVED: That the name of CLARA J. HARPER, 

Change of Hourly Instructor, Parent Education Programs, of the 

Name Community College Division be changed to CLi^A J. 

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Subject: Resolutions No. 820209-Kl to 820209-K13 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 820209-Kl to 820209-K13 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by. 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Comraunlty College Centers 



Recommended for adoption! 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
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Herbert M. Sussman 
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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



8202 09-K4 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That pffertive .laniiary 26, 1982 
thru Hay 28, 1982, EVELYN MASSEY, Schedule I 
Instructor, John Adams Community College Center, 
be granted a leave of absence from her position; 
reason: Childcare, leave without pay. 



820209-K5 
Extension of 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982 thru 
June 21, 1982, DOROTITY LEROUX, Schedule II Instructor, 
Mission Connnunity College Center be granted an 
Extension of her leave of absence from her position; 
reason: Personal Business, leave without pay. 



820209-K6 
Resignation 



RESOLVED: That effective December 17, 1981, the 

resignation of ANNA ON WONG, Schedule I Counselor, 

Chinatown/North Beach Community College Center, be 
accepted. 



820209-K7 
Change of 
Name 



RESOLVED: That the name of LYNETTE D. SCHNEIDER, 
Hourly Instructor, Downtown Community College Center 
of the Community College Division be changed to 
LYNETTE G. DANIELS, effective December 19, 1981. 



820209-K8 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That Resolution No. 811215-K12, 
pertaining to the retirement of OPAL I. FO^JTAINE, 
be amended to show her retirement as a Concurrent 
Retirement. 



820209-K9 
Assignments 
Long-Term 
Substitutes 



RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982 thru 
June 21, 1982, the following certificated employees be 
assigned for the Spring Semester, School Year, 1981-82 
as Temporary Schedule T, Schedule II Long-Term Substitutes 
at the center shown. Subject/Activity as indicated. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 salary 
schedule. 



NAME 



CENTER 



SUB. /ACT. 



VICE 



Baustista, Gloria 

Schedule I 



23 Mission 



Typing 



Gomez, L. (Dis. Allowance) 



Berkov, Kathleen 
Schedule I 



29 Downtown 



ESL 



White, T. (Sab. Leave) 



Cortez, Doris 
Schedule IT 



23 Mission 



ESL 



LeRoux, D. (Leave of 
Absence) 



Duarte, Elisa 
Schedule I 



23 Mission 



Typing 



Klein, S. (Sab. Leave) 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



820209-KlO 

Assignments 
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Substitutes (cont'd.) 



NAME 

Knotek, Ruth 
Schedule I 

Perez, Linda 
Schedule I 



Ranisavjeyic, Sava 
Schedule I 



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23 Mission 



SUB. /ACT. 
Typing 



40 Skills Center Typing, Office 

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19 J. Adams 



Grants/Public 
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VICE 

Kolenda, G. (Sab. Leave) 

Gillette, G. (New 

Assignment 

Butler, M.(Sab. Leave) 



Rend on, Peggy 
Schedule I 



23 Mission 



Counseling 



Verdugo, D. (New 

Assignment) 



Sanders, Xenia 
Schedule I 

Scott, Rodger 
Schedule II 



19 J, Adams 



23 Mission 



Typing 
GED Prep. 



McMurtrie, P. (New 

Assignment) 

Prnitr, R. (Leave of 

Absence) i 



820209-Kll 
Appointments 
1st Year 
Contract 



NAME 



RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982. the 
following certificated employees be appointed to first 
year contract (probationary) Schedule I, Schedule II 
Positions, assigned to the center and subj ect /activity as 
indicated below. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
1981-82 salary schedule. 



CENTER 



SUB. /ACT. 



VICE 



Kimes- Ashf ord , 

S. Jean 
Schedule I 



40 Skills Center 



Occupational 
Freight Trans. 



Vacant Position 



Inman, Judith 
Schedule II 



40 Skills Center Psych. Tech. Theory 

& Class 



Vacant Position 



Watson, Tessie 
Schedule II 



40 Skills Center Psych. Tech. Theory 

& Class Welsberg, Ellen, Resigne 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERi^ 



820209-K12 



820209-K12 WllHURAWN 



WITHDRAWN 



820209-K1 3 
Re slgna ti o_n 



RESOLVED: That effective February 5, 1982 
the resignation of ELI.RN WEISBRRG, Schedule II 
Instructor, Conmiunty (college Skills Onter be 
accepted . 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820209-Sl 

Approval of additional classes for the 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Education Section 72283 provides that the District Governing Board 
establish policies for, and approve, the total educational program of the 
Community College District. 

In accordance with the Education Code, the General Catalog of the San 
Francisco Community College Centers, which contains General Regulations and 
Announcement of Courses, was submitted to and approved by the Governing Board 
of the San Francisco Community College District, Resolution No, 810707-Sl. 
Since that approval of the programs for the school year 1981-82 additional 
classes for the Community College Centers are being submitted for approval 
of the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the additional classes which have been developed 

by the Community College Centers subsequent to Resolution 
No. 810707-Sl are tiereby approved by the Governing Board of the San 
Francisco Community Collc>ge District. 



Submitted by. 



Carlos B. Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 



Recommended for Adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 

Chanc el lor / Su per int end ent 



Laurent R, Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



02/09/82-Sl 
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02/09/82-Sl 
Page 2 of 2 



CENTERS DIVISION 

Organ Music for Seniors 

Theatre Appreciation for Seniors 

Intergenerational Caregiving Seniors 

Parliamentary Procedures 

San Francisco Labor Today - Its Issues 

Private Pilot License , 

Job Preparation/Money Management 

Introduction to Health for Health Workers /Interpreters 

Facilitating Support Groups 

Training for Health Insurance Counselors 

Natural Parents 

Competency- Based Learning Laboratory 

Energy/ Environmental Science 



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[UiBrancisco Coiiimmiity College District 

ty College of San R'jiiiciseo/Coimimiiit}' College Ceiitei'K 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor 



February 10, 1982 



^ NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 

AND REGULAR MEETING ^v^v^Uiv'iLlNTS DZPT. 

OF THE G0VER1>IING BOARD | g ^OP^ 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT .... 

PLTUC 

The Governing Board will meet in Closed 

Session commencing at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, 

March 9, 1982 followed by the Regular 

Meeting at 7:30 p.m., 33 Gough Street, 

San Francisco, CA. 

HERBERT M. SUSSIL/^^ 
CHANCELLOR/SUPERINTENDENT 
SECRETARY, GOVERNING BOARD 



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33 Gough Street 

San Francisco, California 94103 

(415) 



Governing Board 

San Francisco Community College District 

Julie Tang, PresicJcnt 

Ernest "Chuck" Ayala, Vice Prcsidont 

Booker T. Andoison. Jr. Robert E. Burton 

JohnRiordan Dr. Tim Wolf red Alan S. Wong 

Herbort M. Sussman, Cliancellor 






^ AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 
Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

•^ 33 Gough Street 
Tuesday, March 9, 1982 

Closed Session - 5:30 p.m. 
Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 



i. Roll Call 

II. Pledge of Allegiance 

III. Governing Board Reports 

IV. R epor ts - Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division 

V. Adoption of Agenda 

VI. Chancellor/Superintendent's Resolutions 

Finance (Pages 5-51) 

Bl - Authorization to transfer $1,303,269 in the General Fund and 
$113,823 from the Special Reserve Fund to the General Fund 
to reflect rebudgeting the SFCCD Budget 1982-82 

B2 - Authorization to enter into an agreement with Honeywell 
Information Systems for seven year lease with option to 
purchase of a computer and related equipment, software 
and maintenance services at a cost not to exceed 
for 1982-83 fiscal year. 

B3 - Setting forth the need according to major classifications 
of expenditures to be met from assured income in excess of 
the total amount anticipated in the SFCCD Budget 1981-82 
and appropriating assured income in excess of the SFCCD 
Budget 1981-82 from the General Reserve, $1,054,774 for 
the Computing Improvement Project 

B4 - Signature authorization for U. S. Department of Education 
payment vouchers on letter of credit 

B5 - Authorization to enter into a licensing agreement with the 

Public Broadcasting Service for two TV courses. Spring semester 
1982, City College of San Francisco, $2,200 



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March 9, 1982 



B6 - Authorizing contract with the San Francisco Unified School District 
for tlio joint use and maintenance of SllJSI) school Ixiihlings for 
the I'iscal Year 1981-82 based u|H)n a space rental rate of 44.55<J^ 
per square foot per month 

B7 - Authorization to advertise request for proposals to lease space 
at the Downtown Community College Center 

B8 - Authorization to transfer from Classified Temporary Salaries to 
Classified Permanent Salaries, San Francisco Skills Center, to 
create and fund one permanent 1842 Management Assistant position 

B9 - Authorizing contract with Guadalupe Health Center for use of 
clinical facilities in connection with the Medical Record 
Technology program at the City College of San Francisco 

BIO - Authorizing contract with Letterman Army Medical Center for use 
of clinical facilities in connection with the Radiologic 
Technology program at the City College of San Francisco 

Bll - Authorizing contract with Mary's Help Hospital for use of clinical 
facilities in connection with the Registered Nursing program at 
the City College of San Francisco 

B12 - Authorizing contract with North East Medical Services for use 

of clinical facilities in connection with the Medical Assisting 
program at the City College of San Francisco 

1M3 - Authorizing contract with St. Paul's Towers Convalescent Hospital 
for use of clinical facilities in connection with the Medical 
Record Technology program at the City College of San Francisco 

B14 - Appropriating $79,040 additional funds received from the 

Chancellor's Office of the California Community College under 
the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) 
Sub-Part 2 of Part A-Basic Grant, (Unrestricted, for fiscal 
year 1981-82 as extended. Community College Centers 

B15 - Appropriating $13,803 additional funds received from the Chancellor's 
Office of the California Community College under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Sub-Part 2 of Part A- 
Basic Grant, ("Restricted"), Disadvantaged Limited English 
Proficient and Handicapped, 1981-82, as extended, Community 
College Centers 

B16 - Appropriating $27,250 additional funds received from the Chancellor's 
Office of the California Community College under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Sub-Part 3 of Part A - 
Program Improvement and Supportive Services for fiscal year 
1981-82, as extended. Community College Centers 



March 9, 1982 



R17 - Appropriat inp $1,686 additional funds received from the 

Chancellor's Office of the California Community College under 
the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) 
Sub-Part 4 of Part A, Special Programs for the Disadvantaged 
for fiscal year 1981-82 as extended. Community College Centers 

B18 - Appropriating $6,135 additional funds received from the Chancellor's 
Office of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Sub-Part 5B of Part A- 
Consumer and Homemaking Education in Economically Depressed Areas 
for fiscal year 1981-82 as extended, Community College Centers 

B19 - Authorization to create one Instructor, Schedule I, position in 
the Alemany Community College Center, Community College Centers 
Division 

820 - Authorization to create one Temporary Instructor, Schedule I, 

position in the Mission Community College Center, Community 
College Centers Division, funded by Vocational Education 
Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482), Sub-Part 2 of Part A- 
Basic Grant ("Unrestricted") for the fiscal year of 1981-82, 
Community College Centers (Bd. Reso. #811006-B14) 

821 - Appropriating an additional $66,742 from the Department of Social 

Services, State of California (DSS) and amending contract with 
DSS to extend funding period for an ESL program for Indochinese 
Refugees, Community College Centers, October 1, 1981 through 
September 30, 1982 

B22 - Appropriating $76,077 additional funds received from the 

Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges under 
the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) 
Sub-Part 2 (Basic Grant - "Unrestricted") for the period 
July 1, 1982 through September 30, 1982, City College 

B23 - Appropriating $28,659 additional funds received from the 

Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges under 
the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L 94-482) Sub-Part 3 
(Program Improvement and Supportive Services) for the period 
July 1, 1981 through September 30, 1982, City College 

B24 - Authorizing contract with Steven Tliomas, School Psychologist, 
to obtain psychological testing and evaluation services for 
differential standards candidates for the period April 1, 1982 
to June 30, 1982, Community College Centers, $500 

825 - Authorizing contract with the Private Industry Council and 

appropriating funds receivable under the contract to provide 
contract classes in Medical Transcription at Mt. Zion Hospital, 
March 22, 1982 to September 10, 1982, estimated amount of 
$17,115.24 



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Equi pment , Supplies ^ Servic es (Pages 52-67) March 9, 1982 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

C4 - Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

Personnel 

D - Classified Personnel, 820309-D2-15 (Pages 68-78) 
E - Amendment No. 5, Annual Certificated Position 

Resolution 1981-1982 (Pages 79-80) 
F - Management Personnel, 820309-Fl; Announcement of New 

Chancel lor/ Superintendent , F2 Emergency Resolution (Pages 81-82) 
G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 820309-Gl -24 (Pages 83-95) 
H - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

City College, 820309-H1-5 (Pages 96-97) 
J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 820309-J1-3 (Pages 98-103) 
K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 820309-K1-15 (Pages 104-114) 
L - Tax Sheltered Annuities, 820309-L1-2 (Pages 115-117) 

Superintendent's Resolutions (Pages 118-132) 

51 - Authorization to contract with the Vancouver Community 

College District, Vancouver, B. C. , for a faculty exchange 
position for the academic year, 1982-83 

52 - Adoption of instructional calendars for the Centers Division 

for the Academic Year 1982-83 

53 - Authorizing destruction of records. List No. 6, District 

Business Office 

54 - Ado]ition of instructional calendars for the College Division 

For the Academic Year 1982-83 

55 - Authorization to conduct a Summer Intersession in the 

Community College Centers of the San Francisco Community 
College District; classes to be held both day and evening 
from July 6 to August 13, 1982 

Buildings and Ground s (Pages 133-138) 

Wl - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with the ^ 
Metropolitan Community Church for the use of space by 
the Community College Centers Division 

W2 - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with the 
Fort Mason Foundation 

W3 - Authorization to issue Interdepartment Work Orders to the 
Department of Public Works for electrical and building 
repair improvements and alterations required by the 
installation of computer equipment at City College 

VII. Requests to Speak 

VIII. Chancellor/Superintendent and Staff Reports 

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Honorable Governing Board of the "^ 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-Bl 

Authorization to transfer $1,303,269 in the General Fund 
and $113,823 from the Special Reserve Fund to the General 
Fund to reflect rebudgeting the SFCCD Budget 1981-82 

President and Members: 

On January 26, 1982, the Governing Board adopted several resolutions 
increasing various certificated salary rates. Since that time the entire SFCCD 
has been involved in rebudgeting the 1981-82 Budget to provide funds for the 
certificated salary rate increases and related fringe benefits as well as minor 
deficiencies in several other accounts. 

California Education Code Section 85200 reads in part as follows: 
"The total amount budgeted as the proposed expenditure of the community 
college district for each major classification of district expenditures listed 
in the district budget forms prescribed by the board of governors shall be the 
maximum amount which may be expended for that classification of expenditures 
for tlie school year. Transfers may be made from the reserve for contingencies 
to any expenditure classification or between expenditure classifications at any 
time by written resolution of the board of education of any district governed 
by a board of education, when filed with tlie county superintendent of schools 
and the county auditor, or by written resolution of the board of trustees of 
a community college district not governed by a board of education and filed 
with the county auditor. A resolution providing for the transfer from the 
reserve for contingencies to any expenditure classification must be approved 
by a two- thirds vote of the members of the governing board; a resolution pro- 
viding for the transfer between expenditure classifications must be approved 
by a majority of the members of the governing board. Nothing in this section 
shall be construed as affecting the provisions of Sections 85112 and 85114." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: 

Section 1 - That Special Reserve Fund Project 9980 CCSF - Cloud Hall 

Remodeling is hereby abandoned and a portion of the 
unencumbered balance therein of $113,823.00 is hereby transferred 
to the General Fund, SFCCD Appn. No. CI 6705 90000 Appropriation for 
Contingencies in accordance with Education Code Section 854A3. 

Section 2 - That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 
Business are hereby authorized and directed to do any and 
all things necessary to implement the transfer of Special Reserve Fund 
moneys enumerated in Section 1 above to the General Fund of the SFCCD. 



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Section 3 - That transfers be made in the General Fund - College 
Division as follows: 



From: 


20000 


From: 


50000 


From: 


60000 


From: 


90000 


To: 


10000 


To: 


30000 



Classified Salaries 

Other Operating Expenses 

Capital Outlay 

Appropriation for Contingencies 

Certificated Salaries 

Employee Benefits 



$188,826 

70,000 

160,000 

113,823 

502,305 

30,344 



Section 4 - That transfers be made in the General Fund - Centers 
Division as follows: 



Classified Salaries $ 31,251 

Books, Supplies & Equipment Replacement 172,867 

Other Operating Expense 324,086 

Capital Outlay 26,493 

Appropriation for Contingencies 130,000 

Certificated Salaries 624,078 

Employee Benefits 60,619 



Section 5 - That transfers be made in the General Fund - District 
Office as follows: 



From: 


20000 


From: 


40000 


From: 


50000 


From: 


60000 


From: 


90000 


To: 


10000 


To: 


30000 



From: 


50000 


To: 


10000 


To: 


20000 


To: 


30000 


To: 


40000 


To: 


90000 



Other Operating Expenses 

Certificated Salaries 

Classified Salaries 

Employee Benefits 

Books, Supplies & Equipment Replacement 

Appropriation for Contingencies 



$85,923 

34,904 

788 

6,676 

11,555 

32,000 



Section 6 - That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business are hereby authorized to make transfers of the 
lump sums provided in Sections 3, 4, and 5 above to the various 
departments in the General Fund provided that such transfers are 
within the purpose of the appropriations. 

Section 7 - That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor. 

Business are hereby authorized to record these transactions 
on the acounts of the S. F. Controller and the Community College 
District. 



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Submitted by. 



Recommeded for adoption: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



(NOTE: This resolution requires five (5) affirmative votes for adoption. 
Education Code Section 85200). 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B2 

Authorization to enter into an agreement with 
Honeywell Information Systems for seven year lease 
with option to purchase of a computer and related 
equipment, software and maintenance services at a 
cost not to exceed $452,000 for the first year. 

President and Members: 

On September 15, 1981, the Governing Board authorized u<5 to proceed 
with the second phase of our Computing Improvement Project. One important 
task was to determine the computer system which would best meet the District's 
need leading up to installation of a new system. Requirements for academic/ 
instructional computing and administrative data processing were defined by the 
Hardware Advisory Committee from discussion and review of requirements of the 
Instructional Computer Advisory Committee and Administrative Computer Advisory 
Committee . 

California Education Code Section 81645 reads as follows: 

"Continuing contracts for the lease of electronic data processing 
systems may be -made with an acceptable lessor until the governing 
board of the school district determines that it is in the best 
interests of that school district to replace the present electronic 
data processing systems. The governing board may make such contracts 
with an acceptable lessor who is one of the three lowest responsible 
bidders." 

Consistent with the policy of the Governing Board and the Education 
Code to seek competitive proposals, a Request for Negotiable Bid for computer 
hardware, software, and related maintenance services was developed consistent 
with our needs and sent to prospective vendors on October 2, 1981. In addition, 
"Invitations for Proposals" was advertised in the Official Advertising section 
of the San Francisco Progress on October 2 and 7, 1981. 

Four responsive proposals were received from three vendors, Honeywell, 
IBM, and Control Data Corporation, by the November 2, 1981 deadline. These 
proposals were evaluated by the Hardware Advisory Committee comprised of faculty 
and administrators of both City College and the Centers. Their recommendation 
to the Computer Policy Committee was for Honevwell Information System's 8/52 
Tandem System. The recommendation was based on the evaluation of the technical 
proposals and presentations, the total cost to the District for the hardware and 
software, implementation schedules and installation costs including site preparation. 

The Computer Policy Committee provisionally accepted that recommendation 
after which a "bench-mark" test was conducted to ascertain that the hardware could 
in fact handle the volume and mixture of academic/instructional and administrative 
work. A SFCCD team was present at the test and analyzed the results confirming 
the suitability of the proposed equipment. 



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Tho Computer Policy Commlttfo then roqiiosrod contrrnct neROtintions bo 
inili.itcul wirlcli effort resulted in the .'i}>,reeinen t reconimended for the Coverniii}^ 
Board's approval. The Contract calls for hardware acquisition under a seven 
year lease with option to purchase. The cost of the hardware for the seven 
year period is $ monthly. The contract further calls for software 

available under a license agreement and for maintenance service, both preventive 
and remedial. The costs for software and maintenance for the first year are 
S and $ respectively and subject to an annual review to 

allow for inflationary increases. In addition provisions for additional services 
such as education and training for our staff and appropriate documendatlon for 
academic use by faculty and students are included in the contract. 

After thorough review of the agreement, the following resolution is now 
recommended for adoption: 



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RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Honeywell Information Systems 

to obtain computer and related equipment and software and 
maintenance services for a seven 3'ear lease with option to purchase 
commencing with the delivery and acceptance of the system, estimated 
to be 1, 1982 for an amount not to exceed $452,000 for the 

first year. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That such contract shall be subject to the 

availability in the budget of funds for this 
pi.-roose and approval of the Term Purchase Agreement by the Governing 
Board in a "C" resolution. That "C" resolution shall recognize possible 
Increases resulting from inflation and in accord with the contract. 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by. 

Computer Policy Committee 



d 



Jun Twamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable {\ivernlng Board of the *• 

San Franc isro Comnumity (k) 1 1 org DistrltL 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B3 

Setting forth the need according to major classifications 
of expenditures to be met from assured income in excess of 
the total amount anticipated in the SFCCD Budget 1981-82, 
and appropriating assured income in excess of the SFCCD 
Budget 1981-82 from the General Reserve, $1,054,774 
for the Computing Improvement Project 

President and Members: 

On September 15, 1981, the Governing Board adopted Resolution 
No. 810915-B7 Acceptance of Computer Services Plan and authorization to 
proceed with Phase B of the Computing Improvement Project. 

Since September 15, 1981, SCT, the Computer Policy Committee, the 
Administrative Computer Advisory Committee, the Instructional Academic Com- 
puter Advisory Committee, and the Hardware Task Force have worked on Phase B 
of the Computing Improvement Project. Hardware acquisition, software modifi- 
cation, communications network equipment acquisition, computer center facility 
modification, and computer center organization staffing have been the subject 
areas dealing with the implementation of the Computer Services Plan. 

Hardware acquisition has reached the point where authorization to 
enter into an agreement with Honeywell Information Systems is appropriate and 
Resolution No. 820309-B2 has been submitted to accomplish this. 

In order to accommodate the new hardware, some facility modifications 
are necessary to the Computer Center in Batmale Hall in the way of additional 
air conditioning, electical isolation and distribution, improved fire suppres- 
sion, and enhanced security measures. These are estimated to cost $185,089. 

The new hardware consists of the host computer to be located in the 
Computer Center in Batmale Hall. Communications network equipment consisting 
of terminals, printers, protocol converters, modems, and other equipment to be 
located in other offices and instructional laboratories will be required. The 
Computer Services Plan estimated a need for 195 to 336 terminals and 16 micro- 
processor controllers at a probable total cost of $816,000. Requisitions for 
135 devices, as an initial complement, totalling $369,895.80 have been prepared 
and submitted to the S. F. Purchaser and are being held pending approval of 
this Resolution for funding. The initial complement of communications network 
equipment will be necessary shortly after delivery and installation of the host 
computer . 

Selection oi tlie adminsi trative software package was a Phase A task. 
Jt was clearly recognized that no software existed in the marketplace which 
would meet all of our needs. Interfaces with the City and County of San 
Francisco, civil service system, payroll division, accounting system and the 
positive student attendance reporting with the State Chancellor were all prob- 
lem areas unique to the SFCCD. Accordingly, our agreement with SCT included 
funds to accommodate 442 work davs of modifications to the SCT ISIS-HRIS-IFIS 



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administrative software packages. A comparison was made of our needs with 
the capabilities of the SCT software. Required modifications were identified, 
then priced by SCT, then priorities were assigned by the Administrative Com- 
puter Advisory Committee, and finally reviewed by the Computer Policy Committee. 
It has been negotiated that 810 work days of modifications are required and 
that SCT and SFCCD will share 50%/50% in the cost of the excess work days over 
442 work days. The SFCCD share will not exceed $53,285. 

The Chancellor Superintendent has been negotiating for some time 
now with the City and County of San Francisco to have the interest earned on 
SFCCD funds credited to the SFCCD. The S. F. Controller, this fiscal year, 
has begun to credit the SFCCD with interest. However, the C&CSF will begin 
to charge the SFCCD for the cost of services rendered to the SFCCD. The 
exact amount is yet to be determined and interest from prior years has been 
impounded to fund those charges. There is assurance that $1,054,774 in interest 
income is available at this time to fund the above requirements. Therefore, 
it is recommended that interest income be appropriated to fund these non- 
recurring Computing Improvement Project costs. 

California Education Code Section 85210 reads as follows: 
"All income accruing to the community college district in excess of the amounts 
required to finance the total proposed expenditures, including transfers to 
other community college districts and funds, as shown in the budget of the 
district shall be added to the general reserve of the district, and shall not 
be available for appropriation by the district for the current fiscal year 
except by the following procedure. The governing board of the district shall, 
by formal action of the board, pass a resolution setting forth the need accord- 
ing to major classification of district expenditures to be met from any portion 
of the general reserve derived from assured income in excess of the total amount 
anticipated in the budget. The resolution shall be submitted to the county 
superintendent of schools for approval. 

On the first day of July of each year, the general reserve together with 
unexpended balances of appropriations and income in excess of anticipated 
income for the preceding fiscal year shall be placed to the credit of the dis- 
trict, and the district shall include all money so credited in the balance sliown 
in the budget for the ensuing fiscal year." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: 

Section 1 - That in accordance with Education Code Section 85210 

which provides that assured income in excess of the total 
amounts anticipated in the budget shall be added to the general reserve 
of the district, the following General Fund budget revision is hereby 
authorized: 

Interest $1,054,374 

General Reserve $1,054,3 74 



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Section 2 - That there is a need according to major classification 

of expenditures to be met from that portion of the 
General Reserve derived from assured income in excess of the total 
amount anticipated in the budget which is detailed below: 

Other Operating Expenses and Services $53,285 

Capital Outlay $1,001,089 

Section 3 - That in accordance with Education Code Section 85210, 

authorization be and is hereby given for appropriation 
of $1,054,774 in the General Fund from the General Reserve 

To: SFCCD Appn. Dl 8150 56090 $53,285 

Computing Improvement Project 
Other Contractual Services 

(Major Budget Classification - Other Operating 
Expenses and Services) 

To: SFCCD Appn. Dl 8415 73200 $1,001,089 

District Buildings and Grounds - 

Capital Improvements 
Transfer from General Fund to 

Special Reserve Fund 
(Major Budget Classification - Other Outj^o) 

Section 4 - That in accordance witli Education Code Section 85440, 
transfer be made in the Special Reserve Fund 

From: Incoming Transfers from the General Fund $1,001,089 

(SFCCD Appn. Dl 8415 73200) 

To: SFCCD Appn. SI 9050 62000 $185,089 

Computing Improvement Project - Buildings 
(Major Budget Classification - Capital Outlay) 

To: SFCCD Appn. SI 9050 64000 $816,000 

Computing Improvement Project - Equipment 
(Major Budget Classification - Capital Outlay) 

Section 5 - That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business are hereby authorized to execute all documents 
necessary to record these transfers on the accounts of the Controller 
and the Community College District. , 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chanceilor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Computer Policy Committee 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B4 

Signature Authorization for U. S. Department of Education 
Payment Vouchers on Letter of Credit 

President and Members: 

The U- S. Department of Education has implemented a letter of credit 
payment system to fund grants awarded by its various agencies. For the dis- 
trict to establish a letter of credit, it will be necessary for the Governing 
Board to designate an individual or individuals authorized to draw payment 
vouchers on the letter of credit. 

The following resolution will authorize the U. S. Department of 
Education to honor the signatures of Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor Superin- 
tendent; or Jun Iwamoto, Vice Chancellor, Business; or Shigemi Watanabe, Chief 
Accountant; on payment vouchers dravm on letter of credit; and would authorize 
Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor Superintendent, to certify that signatures are 
indeed the signatures of the individuals so authorized. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor Superintendent; or 

Jun Iwamoto, Vice Chancellor, Business; or Shigemi 
Watanabe, Chief Accountant of this organization be, and they are 
hereby individually authorized to draw payment vouchers on the 
letter of credit established for the San Francisco Community College 
District by the United States Department of Education. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor Superin- 
tendent, is hereby authorized to certify to 
the United States Department of Education the authenticity of the 
signatures of the individuals authorized to draw said payment 
vouchers on the letter of credit established for the San Francisco 
Community College District. 

Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



licrborl; M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the •• 

San Francisco Coimnunity College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810309-B5 

Authorization to enter into a Licensing Agreement with 
the Public Broadcasting Service for two TV Courses, 
Spring Semester 1982, City College of San Francisco, 
$2,200 

President and Members: 

College by Television, a City College of San Francisco program, has 
been offering a unique educational opportunity to the community. For Spring 
1982, the College would like to offer two television courses, "Focus on Society" 
and "Understanding Space and Time," through the Public Broadcasting Service 
(PTV-3) • The Public Broadcasting Service, a nonprofit corporation, through 
its local TV Station KQED, is marketing and licensing telecourses to educa- 
tional institutions at a licensing fee of $400 (Focus on Society) and $300 
(Understanding Space and Time) and at an additional cost of $15 for each 
student enrolled. Student enrollment cost is estimated not to exceed $1,500. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District 

contract with Public Broadcasting Service to obtain 
licensing for two television courses, "Focus on Society" and 
"Understanding Space and Time," at a cost of $700 and a student 
enrollment cost not to exceed $1,500, for the Spring 1982 Semester. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by. 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B6 

Authorizing contract with the San Francisco Unified School 
District for the joint use and maintenance of SFUSD school 
buildings for the Fiscal Year 1981-82 based upon a space 
rental rate of 4A,55c per square foot per month 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 11002 reads as follows: 

"The governing boards of two or more school districts or community 
college districts whose boundaries are contiguous or coterminous 
may enter into an agreement upon such terms and conditions as may 
be agreeable to the respective governing boards for the joint use 
and maintenance of school buildings and other school facilities." 

The SFCCD has since July 1, 1970 utilized the SFUSD school buildings 
to conduct educational programs in the community. 

For the Fiscal Year 1981-82, the staffs of the SFCCD and SFUSD recom- 
mend that the space rental rate of 44.55c per square foot per month and the various 
equipment rental rates in effect for 1980-81 be continued unchanged for 1981-82. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 11002, the 
SFCCD contract with the San Francisco Unified Scliool Dis- 
trict for the joint use and maintenance of SFUSD school buildings for 
the Fiscal Year 1981-82 at the following rental rates based upon a 
space rental rate of 44.55(;: per square foot per month. 

Rate per Hour per Week 
for a Semester 

Shared Spaces 

Space Rental Rates 

Offices $23.76 

Classrooms 47.52 

Laboratories 47.52 

Shops 47.52 

Equipment Rental Rates 

Laboratories 

Art 6.15 

Business - Manual Typewriters 31.25 

Business - Electric Typewriters 103.75 

Business - Office Machines 104.40 

Chemistry 

Drafting 

Home Economics 31.25 

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Jewelry 

Physical Fitness 
Science 
Sewing 
Stained Glass 



6.15 




31.25 
31.25 



Shops 



Automotive 
Electric 
Machine 
Sheet Metal 
Wood Working 

O'Connell Shops 

Arc Welding 

Automotive 

Custodial 

Dry Cleaning 

Gas Welding 

Grocery Clerk 

Locksmith 

Machine 

Painting 

Power Sewing 

Refrigeration 

Sheet Metal 

Shoe Repair 

Stationary Engineer 

Television Repair 

Typewriter Repair 

Watch Repair 

Exclusive Spaces 

Galileo Community College Center, 
2112 Greenwich Street - 4 buildings 



53.33 

46.67 

155.67 

40.00 

40.00 



155.66 
53.33 


77.83 
51.36 

155.66 
46.67 

155.66 
51.36 
31.25 

155.66 
40.00 
40.00 


40.00 
40.00 
40.00 



$1,400.00 per month 



Non-normal hour services 

Custodial and stationary engineer services required at non-normal 
hours. SFCCD to pay SFUSD for the difference between the cost of 
such services at the premium rate and the normal rate. 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



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Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planninj; 



Hilary Hsu 

Director 

Centers Business Services 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Coiranunity College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B7 

Authorization to advertise request for proposals to lease 
space at the Downtown Community College Center 

President and Members: 

On November 14, 1978, by Resolution No. 781114-Bl, the Governing 
Board authorized the advertisement of request for proposals (RFP) to lease 
spaces for operating a bookstore at the Downtown CCC and John Adams CCC. 

On February 20, 1979, by Resolution No. 790220-B8, the Governing 
Board authorized execution of a lease agreement with Second Front Bookstore 
providing for, among other things, a rental of an annual minimum guarantee 
of $12,000 or 2% of annual gross sales whichever is greater and specified 
bookstore hours at the John Adams CCC. Effective April 1, 1981, the rental 
was reduced to an annual minimum guarantee of $5,152 or 2% of annual gross 
sales whichever is greater, and specified bookstore hours at the John Adams 
CCC were reduced as per Resolution No. 810901-B3 adopted by the Governing 
Board on September 1, 1981. 

The term of the current lease expires on April 1, 1982. The lessee 
has indicated that he will not exercise his two options to extend the term for 
additional periods of one year each. 

The operation of the bookstore should be continued to provide 
necessary services for the Community College Center's students. Therefore, 
it is necessary that request for proposals be again advertised to lease book- 
store space. This time, however, the bookstore space at the John Adams CCC 
wil be excluded from the scope of this RFP. Because of space limitations and 
other factors, the bookstore operation at the John Adams CCC has apparently 
contributed to the lessee's financial difficulties. We also understand that 
the inclusion of the John Adams CCC in the first RFP discouraged other book- 
store operators from submitting proposals, as only two proposals were received 
then. 

Article 4 of Chapter 2, Part 49 of the California Education Code, 
commencing with Section 81360, regulates the sale or lease of real property 
of community colleges. 

Relevant sections read as follows: 

§ 81365. Before ordering the sale or lease of any property the governing board, 
in a regular open meeting, by a two-thirds vote of all its members, shall adopt 
a resolution, declaring its intention to sell or lease the property, as the case 
may be. The resolution shall describe the property proposed to be sold or leased 
in such manner as to identify it and shall specify the minimura price or rental 
and the terms upon which it will be sold or leased and the commission, or rate 
thereof, if any, which the board will pay to a licensed real estate broker out 
of the minimum price or rental. The resolution shall fix a time not less than 
tlireo weeks thereafter for a public meeting of tlic governing board to be held 
aL lis regular place of meeting, at which sealed proposals to purchase or lease 
will be received and considered. 

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§ 81 Ki(S. Notice of the adoption of the resolution and of the time and place of 
luildiiij', Llio meeting shall be given by posting copies of tlie resolution signed by 
tlie board or by a majority thereof in three public places in the district, not 
less than 15 days before the date of the meeting, and by publishing the notice 
not less than once a week for three successive weeks before the meeting in a 
newspaper of general circulation published in the county in which the district 
or any part thereof is situated, if any such newspaper is published therein. 

§ 81370. At the time and place fixed in the resolution for the meeting of the 
governing body, all sealed proposals which have been received shall, in public 
session, be opened, examined, and declared by the board. Of the proposals sub- 
mitted which conform to all terms and conditions specified in the resolution of 
intention to sell or to lease and which are made by responsible bidders, the 
proposal which is the highest, after deducting therefrom the commission, if any, 
to be paid a licensed real estate broker in connection therewith, shall be finally] 
accepted, unless a higher oral bid is accepted or the board rejects all bids. 

§ 81371. Before accepting any written proposal, the board shall call for oral 
bids. If upon the call for oral bidding, any responsible person offers to pur- 
chase the property or to lease the property, as the case may be, upon the terms 
and conditions specified in the resolution, for a price or rental exceeding by 
at least 5 percent, the highest written proposal, after deducting the commission, 
if any, to be paid a licensed real estate broker in connection therewith, then 
the oral bid which is the highest after deducting any commission to be paid a 
licensed real estate broker in connection therewith, which is made by a responsible 
person, shall be finally accepted. Final acceptance shall not be made, however, 
until the oral bid is reduced to writing and signed by the offeror. 

§ 81372. The governing board by majority vote may adopt a rule delegating to m 
an officer or employee of the district the authority to perform the duties 
required to be performed by the governing board under Section 81370 and 81371. 
If such a rule is adopted, the resolution required in Section 81365 shall specify, 
in lieu of the public meeting of the governing board to be held at its regular 
place of meeting, the place at which the designated officer or employee will 
receive and open sealed proposals to purchase or lease and will call for oral 
bids. All other provisions of this article not in conflict with the delegation 
of this authority are applicable. However, the final acceptance of a bid, or 
rejection of all bids, shall be made by the governing board at a public meeting. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: 

Section 1 - That pursuant to the provisions of the California Education 

Code, the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 
College District hereby declares its intention to lease the following 
described spaces: 

Downtown Community College Cente r 
800 Mission Street, San Francisco 

Room 110, approximately 1270 square feet 
Room 106, approximately 226 square feet 



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Section 2 - That said spaces will not be needed for school- classroom 
purposes. 

Section 3 - That said spaces shall be used for the sole purpose of 
operating a bookstore. 

Section 4 - That sealed proposals and oral bids to lease said spaces 

will be received by the Vice Chancellor, Business, who 
is hereby authorized to receive and open sealed proposals and call 
for oral bids, at 33 Gough Street, San Francisco, California, at 
3:00 P.M. , April 26, 1982. 

Section 5 - That proposals for the lease of said spaces shall be 

subject to the provisions of this resolution and to the 
terms and conditions set forth in the following: 

1. General Information; 

2. General Conditions of the Request for Proposals - 
Lease of Spaces for Bookstore; and 

3. Sample Agreement; all 

on file at the office of the Vice Chancellor, Business, at 33 Gough 
Street, San Francisco, California. Proposals for the lease of said 
spaces shall be for a three-year period commencing June 1, 1982, 
with two options to extend the term for additional periods of one 
year each, at a minimum rental of six thousand dollars ($6,000) per 
year. 

Section 6 - That upon a call for oral bidding, any responsible person 

shall have the right to offer to lease said spaces upon 
the terms and conditions specified in this resolution, for a rental 
exceeding by at least five percent (5%) the highest written proposal 
received therefor. All oral bids taken under consideration shall be 
confirmed in writing by the bidder immediately upon the close of the 
oral bidding or within twenty-four (24) hours thereafter. 

Section 7 - That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College District shall not pay any real estate commission 
for the lease of said spaces. 

Section 8 - That final acceptance of a bid, or rejection of all bids, 
shall be made by the Governing Board of the San Francisco 
Community College District at its meeting of May 11, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to issue the request for proposals for the lease of said 
spaces in accordance with instructions hereinafter contained. 



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Subiiii L ted by , 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



(NOTE: THIS RESOLUTION REQUIRES FIVE (5) AFFIRMATIVE VOTES FOR ADOPTION) 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District ** 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B8 

Authorization to transfer from Classified Temporary 
Salaries to Classified Permanent Salaries, San Francisco 
Skills Center, to create and fund one permanent 1842 
Management Assistant position. 

President and Members: 

When the San Francisco Skills Center was moved from its previous 
location to its present site at 1250 La Salle, a temporary 18A2 Management 
Assistant position was funded to be responsible for the business functions 
of the center. 

Because the position is vital to the operation of the Skills Center, 
it is recommended that one permanent Management Assistant position be created 
and funded. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective March 10, 1982, one permanent 1842 

Management Assistant position is hereby created at the 
San Francisco Skills Center, Community College Centers Division; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That authorization is hereby given for the 

following General Fund transfer to fund the 
above newly created position; 

FROM: SFCCD Appn. Al-8940-22012 $ 6,400 

Skills Center - Classified Temporary 
Salaries (Major Budget Classification - 
Classified Salaries) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. Al-8940-22010 $ 6,400 

Skills Center - Classified Permanent 
Salaries (Major Budget Classification - 
Classified Salaries) 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this transfer 
on the accounts of the San Francisco Controller and the Community 
College District. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by: 



P. A. Walton 

Acting Director 

San Francisco Skills Center 



Hilary Hsu 
Director 
Business Services 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B9 

Authorizing contract with Guadalupe Health Center for use 
of Clinical facilities in connection with the Medical Record 
Technology program at the City College of San Francisco. 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes.'-' 

Guadalupe Health Center located in Daly City, California, operates 
facilities suitable for providing clinical experience for students studying 
to become Medical Record Technicians. City College of San Francisco desires 
to secure clinical experience for students enrolled in the Medical Record 
Technology curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Guadalupe Health 
Center for use of clinical facilities thereat 
in connection the Medical Record Technology Curriculum at 
City College of San Francisco commencing with the Spring 
semester of the 1981-1982 academic year. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, 
are hereby authorized to execute such contract on behalf of 
the SFCCD. 

Submitted by. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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San Krancisii) ConimuniLy ClDlLege UisLrii.L • 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-BlO 

Authorizing contract with Letterman Army Medical Center 
for use of Clinical facilities in connection with the 
Radiologic Technology program at the City College of San 
Francisco. 

Prosi<k>nt and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78A30 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes." 

Letterman Army Medical Center located in San Francisco, California, 
operates facilities suitable for providing clinical experience for students 
studying to become Radiologic Technologists. City College of San Francisco 
desires to secure clinical experience for students enrolled in the Radiologic 
Technology curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Letterman Army Medical 

Center for use of clinical facilities thereat in 
connection the Radiologic Technology Curriculum at City College 
of San Francisco commencing with the Spring Semester of the 
1981-1982 academic year. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on belialf of the SFCCD. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Submitted by. 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-Bll 

Authorizing contract with Mary's Help Hospital for use of 
Clinical facilities in connection with the Registered 
Nursing program at the City College of San Francisco. 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes." 

Mary's Help Hospital located in Daly City, California operates 
facilities suitable for providing clinical experience for students studying 
to become Registered Nurses. City College of San Francisco desires to 
secure clinical experience for students enrolled in the Registered Nursing 
curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Mary's Help Hospital for 

use of clinical facilities thereat in connection 
the Registered Nursing Technology Curriculum at City College of 
San Francisco commencing with the Spring semester of the 1981-1982 
academic year. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B12 

Authorizing contract with North East Medical Services for 
use of Clinical facilities in connection with the Medical 
Assisting program at the City College of San Francisco. 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes." 

North East Medical Services located in San Francisco, California, 
operates facilities suitable for providing clinical experience for students 
studying to become Medical Assistants. City College of San Francisco desires 
to secure clinical experience for students enrolled in the Medical Assisting 
curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with North East Medical Services 
for use of clinical facilities thereat in connection the 
Medical Assisting Technology Curriculum at City College of San 
Francisco commencing with the Spring semester of the 1981-1982 
academic year. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Submitted by. 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B13 

Authorizing contract with St. Paul's Towers Convalescent 
Hospital for use of Clinical facilities in connection 
with the Medical Record Technology program at the City 
College of San Francisco. 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes." 

St. Paul's Towers Convalescent Hospital located in Oakland, 
California, operates facilities suitable for providing clinical experience 
for students studying to become Medical Record Technologists. City College 
of San Francisco desires to secure clinical experience for students enrolled 
in the Medical Record Technology curriculum offered at City College of San 
Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with St. Paul's Towers 

Convalescent Hospital for use of clinical facilities 
thereat in connection the Medical Record Technology Curriculum 
at City College of San Francisco commencing with the Spring semester 
of the 1981-1982 academic year. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by. 



Shirley lioskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B14 

Appropriating $79,040 additional funds received from 
the Chancellor's Office of the California Community 
College under the Vocational Education Amendments 
of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) Sub-Part 2 of Part A- Basic 
Grant, (Unrestricted), for fiscal year 
1981-82 as extended, Community College Centers. 



President and Members: 

The Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges has 
informed the District that application for funds authorized by Governing 
Board Resolution 811006-B14 under the Vocational Education Amendments of 
1976 (P.L. 94-482) has been awarded an augmentation allocation under Sub- 
Part 2 of Part A - Basic Grant (restricted) for the fiscal year 1981-82 
as extended in the amount of $79,040, Community College Centers. 

Funds approved under the Vocational Education Amendments of 
1976 (P.L. 94-482) for the San Francisco Community College District will 
be obtained as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's 
Office, California Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal 
year for expenditures incurred in said year in accordance with the guide- 
lines of the said financial assistance program. 

The Community College Centers Division desires to use funds for 
vocational education students. The total project cost per this augmenta- 
tion allocation is $158,080 and the source of funding is as follows: 

California Community College - VEA Sub-Part 2 of Part A - 
Basic Grant "Unrestricted ": 

Direct Costs $79,040 

SFCCD 

Cash Contribution $79,040 

Total Augmentation Project Casli $1 58,080 

The SFCCD matching cnsli contribution (100% of direct cost) of 
$79,040 is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 



Al-8937-12010 

Total SFCCD Matching 

Cash contribution: 



$ 79,040 
$ 79,040 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, which |» 
provides that the governing board of any community college ^ 
district may budget and use ahy unbudgeted income provided during the 
fiscal year from any source other than local property taxes or the State 
School Fund, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby 
authorized to cover the approved project of the Augmentation allocation un 
der the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) Sub-Part 
2 of Part A - Basic Grant an Unrestricted for fiscal year 1981-82 as exten 

Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 

Sub-Part 2 of Part A - Basic Grant - Unrestricted, 



Augmentation: 



$ 79,040 



Expenditures 



Community College Centers VEA 
Basic Grants, Unrestricted. 



- Sub-Part 2 of Part A - 



Augmentation 



$ 79,040 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized to 
execute all documents necessary to record this budget revision on the ac- 
counts^of the Controller and the Community College District and to ^J 
submit any and all reports required by the United States Government nnd/^| 
or the California Community Colleges in the administration of said 
program/source „ 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finace by: 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



KLH-ommeiulrti for adoption; 



LaurtMiL Brduss.i I 

Pros ident 

Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



820309-B14 
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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B15 

Appropriating $13,803 additional funds received from 
The Chancellor's Office of the California Community 
College under the Vocationnl Education Amendments 
of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) Sub-Part 2 of Part A - Basic 
Grant, ("Restricted"), Disadvantaged Limited English 
Proficient and Handicapped. 
1981-82, as extended. Community College Centers. 

President and Members: 

The Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges has 
informed the District that application for funds authorized by Governing 
Board Resolution 811006-B15 under the Vocational Education Amendments of 
1976 (P.L. 94-482) has been awarded an augmentation allocation under Sub- 
Part 2 of Part A - Basic Grant ("Restricted") Disadvantaged, Limited English 
Proficient and Handicapped for the fiscal year 1981-82 as extended in the 
amount of $13,803, Community College Centers. 

Funds approved under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
(P.L. 94-482) for the San Francisco Community College District will be 
obtained as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, 
California Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year for 
expenditures incurred in said year in accordance with the guidelines of the 
said financial assistance program. 

The Community College Centers Division desires to use funds for 
disadvantaged, limited English proficient and handicapped vocational educa- 
tion students. The total project cost per this augmentation allocation 
is 13,803 and the source of funding is as follows: 

California Community College - VEA Sub-Part 2 of Part A 
Basic Grant, "Restricted": 

Direct Costs: Disadvantaged $6,458 

Limited English Proficient $ 679 

Handicapped $6,666 

SFCCD 

Cash Contribution $13,803 

Total Augmentation Project Cost: $27,606 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct cost) of 
$13,803 is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD approriation as follows: 

Al-8944-22010 Disadvantaged $ 6,458 

Al-8913-11020 Limited English Proficient $ 679 
Al-8916-12017 Handicapped $ 6,666 

Total SFCCD Matching 

Cash Contribution $13,803 



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Total Subpart 2 "Restricted" $13,803 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, which 

provides Lliat the j'.ove ni i ii^ hoard of any conununiLy college ^ 
district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided during the t^ 
fiscal year from any source other than local property taxes or the State 
School Fund, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby au- 
tliorizea to cover the approved project of the Augmentation Allocation un- 
der the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) Sub-Part 
2 of Part A - Basic Grant (Restricted) disadvantaged; limited English Pro- 
ficient and Handicapped for fiscal fiscal year 1981-82 as extended. 

Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 

Sub-Part 2 of Part A - Basic Grant- "Restricted", Disadvantaged. 

Limited English Proficient, Handicapped 



Disadvantaged Augmentation 

Limited English Proficient Augmentation 

Handicapped Augmenation 



$ 6,458 

679 

6,666 



Expenditures 



Community College Centers-VEA- Sub-Part 2 of Part A - 
Basic Grants, Restricted, Disadvantaged, Limited 
English Proficient, Handicapped. 



Disadvantaged Augmentation 

Limited English Proficient Augmentation 

Handicapped Augmentation 



$ 6,458 
$ 679 
$ 6,666 



€ 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized to 
execute all documents necessary to record this budget revision on tlie 
accounts of the Controller and the Community College District and to 
submit any and all reports required by the United States Government and/ 
or the California Community Colleges in the administration of said 
program/ source. 

Submitted by. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption; 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B16 

Appropriating $27,250 additional funds received from 
the Chancellor's Office of the California Community 
College under the Vocational Education Amendments 
of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) Sub-Part 3 of Part A - Program 
Improvement and Supportive Services for fiscal year 
1981-82, as extended, Community College Centers. 

President and Members: 

The Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges has 
informed the District that application for funds authorized by Governing 
Board Resolution 811006-B16 under the Vocational Education Amendments of 
1976 (P.L. 94-482) has been awarded an augmentation allocation under Sub- 
Part 3 of Part A - Program Improvement and Supportive Services for the 
fiscal year 1981-82, as extended, in the amount of $27,250, Community 
College Centers. 

Funds approved under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
(P.L. 94-482) for the San Francisco Community College District will be 
obtained as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, 
California Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year for 
expenditures incurred in said year in accordance with the guidelines of 
the said financial assistance program. 

The Community College Centers Division desires to use the funds 
to improve and expand vocational education programs and services. The total 
project cost per this augmentation allocation is $54,500 and the source of 
funding is as as follows: 

California Community College - VEA Sub-Part 3 of Part A - 

Program Improvement and Supportive Services 

Direct Costs $27,250.00 



SFCCD Cash Contribution $27,250.00 

Total Augmentation Project Cost $54,500.00 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct cost) of 
$27,250 is available in the 1980-81 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

Al -8 682-12040 

Personnel Training $7,723 

Sex Bias 3,509 

Al -8 94 0-1 2 040 

Disadvantage Students 9,034 



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Al -8916-22012 

Handicapped Students $6,979 

Total SFCCD Matching 

Cash Contribution: $27,250 



The following resolution is reconunended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, which 

provides that the governing board of any community college 
district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided during the 
fiscal year from any source other than local property taxes or the State 
School Fund, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby 
authorized to cover the approved project of the Augmentation Allocation 
under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P,L. 94-482) Sub-Part 
3 of Part A - Program Improvement and Supportive Services for fiscal 
year 1981-82, as extended. 

Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 

Sub-Part 3 of Part A - Program Improvement and 

Supportive Services 

Augmentation: $27,250.00 

Expenditures 

Community College Centers VEA - Sub-Part 3 of Part A - 
Program Improvement and Supportive Services 
Augmentation: $27,250.00 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereb}' author- 
ized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget revision 
on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College District 
and to submit any and all reports required by the United States Govern- 
ment and/or the California Community Colleges in the administration of 
said program/source. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Servicers 

Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B17 

Appropriating $1,686 additional funds received from 
the Chancellor's Office of the California Community 
College under the Vocational Education Amendments of 
1976 (P.L. 94-482) Sub-Part 4 of Part A, Special Programs 
for the Disadvantaged for fiscal year 1981-82 as extended. 
Community College Centers. 

President and Members: 

The Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges 
has informed the District that application for funds authorized by Governing 
Board Resolution 811006-B17 under the Vocational Education Amendments of 
1976 (P.L. 94-482) has been awarded an augmentation allocation under Sub- 
Part 4 of Part A, Special Programs for the Disadvantaged for the fiscal 
year 1981-82 in the amount of $1,686, Community College Centers. 

Funds approved under the Vocational Education Amendments of 
1976 (P.L. 94-482) for the San Francisco Community College District will 
be obtained as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's 
Office, California Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal 
year for expenditures incurred in said year in accordance with the guide- 
lines of the said financial assistance program. 

The Community College Centers Division desires to use funds for 
disadvantaged vocational education students. The total project cost per 
this augmentation allocation is $1,686 and the source of funding is 
as follows: 

California Community College - VEA Sub- Part 4 of Part A- 



Special Programs for the Disadvantaged 

Direct Costs $1,686.00 

Total Augmentation Project Cost $1,686.00 

Matching funds are not required for Sub-Part 4 of Part A 
by the San Francisco Community College District. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, which 

provides that the governing board of any community college 
district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided during the 
fiscal year from any source other than local property taxes or the State 
School Fund, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby 
authorized to cover the approved project of the Augmentation Allocation 
under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) Sub-Part 
4 of Part A - Special Programs for the Disadvantaged for fiscal year 1981-82. 
as extended. 



820309-Bl~ 

Page 1 of 2 Pages 



- 35 



Federal Income from State Sources 



Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 

Sub-Part 4 of Part A - Special Programs for the Disadvantaged 



Augmentation: 



$1,686 



Expenditures 



Community College Centers VEA - Sub-Part 4 of Pnrt A- 
Special Programs for the Disadvantaged 



Augmentation: 



$1,686 



I 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized to 
execute all documents necessary to record this budget revision on the 
accounts of the Controller and the Community College District and to 
submit any and all reports required by the United States Government 
and/or the California Community Colleges in the administration of said 
program/ sourc e . 

Submitted by. 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved as 
as to finance by: 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 

Vice President Instructional Services 

Community College Centers 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Suss man 
Chancellor Superintendent 



820309-B17 

Page 2 of 2 Pages 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Coiranunity College District 

Subject: Resolution No.820309-Bl8 

Appropriating $6,135.00 additional funds received from 
the Chancellor's Office of the California Community 
Colleges under the Vocational Education Amendments 
of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) Sub-Part 5B of Part A - Consumer 
and Homemaking Education in Economically Depressed 
Areas for fiscal year 1981-82 as extended, Community 
College Centers. 

• 

President and Members: 

The Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges has 
informed the District that the application for funds authorized by Governing 
Board Resolution 811006-B18 under the Vocational Education Amendment of 1976 
(P.L. 94-482) has been awarded an allocational augmentation under Sub-Part 5B 
of Part A - Consumer and Homemaking Education in Economically Depressed Areas 
for the fiscal year 1981-82, as extended, in the amount of $6,135.00, Community 
College Centers. 

Funds approved under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
(P.L. 94-482) for the San Francisco Community College District will be 
obtained as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, 
California Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year for 
expenditures incurred in said year in accordance with the guidelines of the 
said financial assistance program. 

The Community College Centers Division desires to use funds for the 
Consumer and Homemaking Education Program. The total project cost per this 
augmentation allocation is $6,749.00 and the source of funding is as follows: 

California Community College - VEA Sub-Part 5B of Part A - 
Consumer and Homemaking Education in Economically 
Depressed Areas 

Direct Costs $6,135.00 
SFCCD 

Cash Contribution $ 614.00 

Total Augmentation Project Cost $6,749.00 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (10% direct cost) of $614.00 
is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

Al-8937-11020 (310) $ 614.00 

Total SFCCD Matching Cash Contribution: $ 614.00 



820309-B18 

Page 1 of 2 Pages 

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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with education Code Section 
85202, which provides that the governing board 
of any community college district may budget and use any 
unbudgeted income provided during the fiscal year from any 
source other than local property taxes or the State School 
Fund, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is 
hereby authorized to cover the approved project of the 
Augmentation Allocation under the Vocational Education 
Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) Sub-Part 5B of Part A - 
Consumer and Homemaking Education for fiscal year 1981/82, 
as extended. 



Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 1976, Sub-Part 5B 
of Part A - Consumer and Homemaking Education in 
Economically Depressed Areas 



Augmentation: 



$6,135.00 



Expenditures 

Community College Centers, VEA - Sub-Part 5B of Part A - 
Consumer and Homonaking Education in Economically Depressed 
Areas 



Augmentation: 



$6,135.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, are 
hereby authorized to execute all documents necessary to record 
this budget revision on the accounts of the Controller and the 
Community College District and to submit any and all reports 
required by the United States Government and/or the California 
Community Colleges in the administration of said program. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Clianccllor, Business 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancelor Superintendent 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



820309-B18 

Page 2 of 2 Pages 



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38 



Honorable Governing Board of the •• 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B19 

Authorization to create one Instructor, Schedule I 
position in the Alemany Community College Center, 
Community College Centers Division 

President and Members: 

The Community College Centers Division is hereby requesting that one 
Instructor, Schedule I position be created in the Alemany Community College Center, 
This position will provide the additional educational services needed to maintain 
continuity within the Division and the Alemany Community College Center. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective January 11, 1982, on Instructor, 

Schedule I position be created in the Alemany Community 
College Center of the Community College Centers Division; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given 

for the following General Fund transfer 
to fund the above position: 



I 



From: 



To: 



SFCCD Appn. Al 8911 13022 $10,500 

Alemany CCC - Instructors, Hourly 

(Major Budget Classification - Certificated Salaries) 



SFCCD Appn. Al 8911 11020 $10,500 

Alemany CCC - Instructors, Schedule I 

(Major Budget Classification - Certificated Salaries) 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby author- 
ized to execute all documents necessary to record this transfer on 
the accounts of the San Francisco Controller and the Community College 
District. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



3/9/82 - B19 



39 



< 



Honorable Governing Board of the "* 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B20 

Authorization to create one Temporary Instructor, Schedule I 
position in the Mission Community College Center, Community 
College Centers Division, funded by Vocational Education 
Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Part 2 of Part A - 
Basic Grant (Unrestricted) for the fiscal year of 1981-82, 
Community College Centers (Bd. Reso. #811006-B14) 

President and Members: 

The Coimnunity College Centers Division categorically funded programs' 
certificated personnel are given the same opportunity to become scheduled in- 
structors, counselors and supervisors as the San Francisco Community College 
District certificated staff, when there is a need and when it is in the btst 
interests of a quality educational program. Therefore, the Community College 
Centers Division is requesting that the above position be created in a specially 
funded program. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982 to June 30, 1982, 
one Temporary Instructor, Schedule I position be 
created in the Mission Community College Center, Community College 
Centers Division, funded by Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
(P.L. 94-482), Sub-Part 2 of Part A - Basic Grant (Unrestricted) 
for the fiscal year of 1981-82, Community College Centers (Board 
Resolution No. 811006-B14) ; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the one temporary position created 

herein is deemed a categorically funded 
position, to be occupied only when services are required and funds 
are provided for the grant nrogram enumerntcd; 



3/9/82 - B20, Page 1 

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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/ Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby author- 
ized and directed to execute all documents necessary to record the 
creation of this position on the accounts of the Controller and the 
Community College District. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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41 - 



I 



I 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309- B21 

Appropriating an additional $66,742 from the 
Department of Social Services, State of California 
(DSS) and amending contract with DSS to extend 
funding period for an ESL program for Indochinese 
Refugees, Community College Centers, October 1, 1981 
through September 30, 1982. 

President and Members : 

On October 6, 1981, by Resolution No. 811006-B13, the Governing 
Board appropriated $73,150 from the State Department of Social Services to 
conduct an ESL program for Indochinese adults for the period October 1, 
1981 through March 31, 1982. We have been notified by DSS that an additional 
$66,742 is now available to the SFCCD to extend said program for six months 
through September 30, 1982. 

Facilities for the program will be provided by the District at 
John Hancock School, Chinatown/North Beach Community College Center. 

The total project costs and the sources of funding are as follows: 

Department of Social Services $ 139,892 

SFCCD Cash Contributions 6,948 

Total Project Costs 146,840 

The SFCCD cash contribution of $6 ,948 is available in the SFCCD 
appropriation as follows: 

SO-9510-62000 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 

which provides that the governing board of any community 
college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided 
during the fiscal year from any source other than local property 
taxes or the State School Fund, the following General Fund Trust 
budget revision is hereby authorized to cover the following project 
for the period October 1, 1981 through September 30, 1982. 

Federal Income through State Sources 

Department of Social Ser\'ices $ 66,742 

Indochina Migration and Refugee Assistance 
Act (P.L. 94-23) as amended. 



I 



3/9/82 - B21 Page 1 

- 42 - 



Expenditures 

Indochinese Training Pro j ect 



$ 66,742 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the Department 
of Social Services, State of California in the administration of said 
program. 

Submitted by: 



I 



J 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance: 



Hilary Hsu 
Director 
Business Services 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Carlos Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



4 



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152 1 



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AT, 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Connnunity College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B22 

Appropriating $76,077 additional funds received from the 
Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges 
under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
(P.L. 94-482) Subpart 2 (Basic Grant - Unrestricted) for 
the period July 1, 1981 through September 30, 1982, City 
College. 

President and Members: 

By Governing Board Resolution No. 811006-B7, the San Francisco 
Community College District was authorized to submit an application for funds 
from the State Department of Education, through the Chancellor's Office of the 
California Community Colleges, under the authorization of the Vocational 
Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482). These funds are an augmentation to the 
1981-82 VEA allocation to the district. These additional funds are available 
until September 30, 1982. 

City College has received $76,077 in Subpart 2 (Basic Grant - Unre- 
stricted) . City College would like to use these additional funds for the purpose 
of improving and expanding the vocational education offerings. The total project 
costs and sources of funding are as follows: 

City College - VEA Subpart 2 (Unrestricted) 

Direct Costs $ 76,077 

SFCCD 

Cash Contribution - Instruction $ 76,077 

Total Project Cost $152,154 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct cost) of $76,077 
is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

CI 0508 11020 $ 76,077 

Total SFCCD Matching Cash Contribution $ 76,077 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, which 

provides that the governing board of any community college 
district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided during the 
fiscal year from federal or other governmental sources, the following 
General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby authorized to cover the 
following project for the period July 1, 1981 to September 30, 1982: 



3/9/82 - B22 Page 1 

- 44 



Federal Income from State Sources 



Vocational Education Amendments of 1976, 
Subpart 2 (Basic Grant - Unrestricted) 



$ 76,077 



Expenditures 

City College VEA Subpart 2 
(Unrestricted) Program 



$ 76,077 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the United 
States Government and/or the California Community Colleges in the 
administration of said program. 

Submitted by. 



Reviewed and approved as to 
finance by: 



Shirley Kelly 
Assistant Dean 
City College 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S, Washington 

President 

City College 



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45 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B23 

Appropriating $28,659 additional funds received from the 
Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges 
under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
(P.L. 94-482) Subpart 3 (Program Improvement and Support- 
ive Services) for the period July 1, 1981 through 
September 30, 1982, City College. 

President and Members: 

By Governing Board Resolution No. 811006-B9, the San Francisco 
Community College District was authorized to submit an application for funds 
from the State Department of Education, through the Chancellor's Office of the 
California Community Colleges, under the authorization of the Vocational 
Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482). These funds are an augmentation to the 
1981-82 VEA allocation to the district. These additional funds are available 
until September 30, 1982. 

City College has received $28,659 in Subpart 3 (Program Improvement and 
Supportive Services). City College would like to use these additional funds for 
the purpose of providing additional services in the area of vocational education. 
The total project costs and sources of funding are as follows: 

City College - VEA Subpart 3 (Program 
Improvement and Supportive Services 

Direct Costs $28,659 

SFCCD 

Cash Contribution $28,659 

Total Project Cost $57,318 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct cost) of $28,659 
is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

CI 0950 12040 $28,659 

Total SFCCD Matching Cash Contribution $28,659 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

• 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, which 

provides that the governing board of any community college 
district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided during the 
fiscal year from federal or other governmental sources, the following 
General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby authorized to cover the 
following project for the period July 1, 1981 to September 30, 1982: 



3/9/82 - B23 Page 1 

- 46 



Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 1976, 
Subpart 3 (Program Improvement and 
Supportive Services) 



$28,659 



Expenditures 

City College VEA Subpart 3 (Program 
Improvement and Supportive Services) 



$28,659 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the United 
States Government and/or the California Community Colleges in the 
administration of said program. 

Submitted by. 



Reviewed and approved as to 
finance by: 



Shirley Kelly 
Assistant Dean 
City College 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



3/9/82 - B23 Page 2 



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Honorable Governing Board of the *" 

San Francisco Connnunity College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B2A 

Authorizing contract with Steven Thomas, School 
Psychologist, to obtain psychological testing 
and evaluation services for differential standards 
candidates for the period April 1, 1982 to June 
30, 1982, Community College Centers, $500.00. 

President and Members : 

The Centers Division has need of providing psychological testing 
and evaluation services for differential standards candidates in order to 
comply with Federal regulations with respect to the handicapped. Expendi- 
tures incurred in this respect are reimbursable under AB 77, Handicapped 
Students Programs and Services at Community Colleges. 

The costs will be $50 per evaluation. We anticipate no more than 
10 evaluations for the remainder of 1981-82. 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 
"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district 
may contract with and employ any persons for the furnishing to the corpora- 
tion or district special services and advice in financial, economic, account- 
ing, engineering, legal, or administrative matters if such persons are espe- 
cially trained and experienced and competent to perform the special services 
required. " 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD, on behalf of the Community College 

Centers Division contract with Steven Thomas, School 
Psychologist, to obtain psychological testing and evaluation ser- 
vices for differential standards candidates for the period April 
1, 1982 to June 30, 1982, at the rate of $50 per evaluation, for 
a total of ten sessions. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Surperintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby author- 
ized to execute such contract on behalf of the San Francisco Communi- 
ty ColJogo District. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San 

San Francisco Community College District 
shall arise under this agreement unless performed under the author- 
ity of a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and duly 
certified as to funds by the Controller of the City and County of 
San Francisco pursuant to the provision of Section 6.302 of the 
Charter of said City and County. 



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49 



Submitted by: 



Reviewed and approved as to 
Finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Francis Baron 

Director 

Galileo Community College Center 



Hilary Hsu 
Director 
Business Services 



I 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



I 



► 



Honorable Coverning Board of the ^ 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-B25 

Authorizing contract with the Private Industry Council 
and appropriating funds receivable under the contract 
to provide contract classes in Medical Transcription at 
Mt. Zion Hospital, March 22, 1982 to September 10, 1982, 
estimated amount of $17,115.24 



President and Members: 

It has been determined that it would be in the best interest of City 
College, the Private Industry Council, and the students involved to conduct 
such special contract classes and to have the Private Industry Council pay for 
it. 

A report dated March 5, 1982, was prepared setting forth the pricing 
structure, the procedures, the agreement and the authorizing Governing Board 
Resolution to develop, process, and implement contract classes for the Private 
Industry Council. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with the Private Industry Council 

to provide contract classes in Medical Transcription 
at a cost of $17,115.24 based upon 6 students and 444 hours of in- 
struction. The cost is to be adjusted for the actual number of 
students enrolled. Period from March 22, 1982 to September 10, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon execution of the contract all funds 

receivable under the contract are hereby 
appropriated and that in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 
which provides that the governing board of any community college 
district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided during 
the fiscal year from any source other than local property taxes or 
the State School Fund, the following General Fund Trust Budget 
revision is hereby authorized. 

Income 

Private Industry Council $17,115.24 

Expenditures 

Contract Classes - Mt. Zion Hospital 

Medical Transcription $17,115.24 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and /or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the agreement 
in the administration of said program. 



Submitted by. 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

City College 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-Cl 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
$184,429.05 in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




57828 - 


57830 


58291 




58747 - 


58748 


57871 - 


57872 


58300 




58704 - 


58705 


57881 - 


57890 


58349 - 


58350 


58716 




57911 




58390 - 


58392 


58882 




57932 - 


57935 


58426 - 


58430 


58889 




57948 




58437 - 


58440 


58916 - 


58920 


57951 - 


57974 


58449 - 


58450 


58979 - 


58985 


58056 - 


58057 


58495 - 


58496 


59081 - 


59083 


58061 - 


58065 


58504 




59131 - 


59140 


58091 - 


58093 


58540 - 


58541 


59181 - 


59190 


58107 - 


58108 


58543 - 


58548 


59200 




58122 - 


58124 


58570 - 


58572 


59211 - 


59215 


58161 - 


58162 


58576 - 


58577 


59250 




58171 - 


58173 


58595 




59259 - 


59260 


58176 - 


58179 


58599 




59272 - 


59280 


58186 - 


58192 


58603 




59300 




58196 - 


581-9 


58611 




59308 - 


59320 


58207 - 


58213 


58626 - 


58627 


59391 - 


59400 


58223 - 


58224 


58630 




59421 - 


59425 


58232 - 


58233 


58657 - 


58660 


59428 - 


59430 


58246 - 


58250 


58699 - 


58700 


59464 - 


59470 



TOTAL 



$124,224.88 



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TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER 



AMOUNT 



1050- C 

1077-A 

1159 

1401-H 

1421-A 



? 50.00 

500.00 

1,180.00 

1,000.00 

720.00 



TOTAL 



$3,450.00 



MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES 



REVOLVING 


FUND VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


1.044 


$ 3,579.18 


1.045 


1,555.66 


1.046 


3,196.98 


1.047 


3,656.74 


1.048 


8,248.88 


1.049 


2,590.43 


1.050 


2,974.67 


1.051 


2,213.44 


1.052 


2,025.22 


1.053 


3,014.64 


1.054 


2,564.32 


1.055 


4,221.04 


1.056 


2,215.07 


1.057 


1,538.70 


1.058 


2,072.57 


1.059 


2,558.84 


DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


223 


$ 215.05 


224 


1,154.05 


232 


138.13 


234 


326.85 


236 


200.00 


238 


1,803.00 


239 


258.74 


241 


2,259.82 


246 


420.00 


247 


52.15 


256 


1,200.00 


257 


500.00 



Total $48,226.38 



Total 



$8,527.79 



TOTAL 



$56,754.17 



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$184,429.05 



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Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended by: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District •■• 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recommended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. suiranarized 
below: 



REQUISITIONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS 

NWffiER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 

1482 College Printing, College Catalogue 

1520 College Electronic Balances 

1549 Centers Lathe 

1552 Centers Cash Register 

1578 College Photographic Lighting Equipment 

1594 College Photographic Color Processor 

1614 Centers Duplicating Machine 

1665 Centers Copier 

1668 District Displaywriter 

1669 College Displaywriter 

1670 College Displaywriter 

1671 District Displaywriter 

1672 District Displaywriter 
1683 College Shelving, Library 
1694 Centers Scope, Engine Analyzer 



AMOUNT 

$ 40,000.00 

9,521.00 

3,222.00 

5,613.00 

5,701.00 

7,169.00 

4,745.00 

4,117.00 

16,067.00 

16,067.00 

9,548.00 

9,548.00 

16,067.00 

14,675.00 

7,941.00 



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REQUISITIONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS (continued) 

NUMBE R DIVISION DESCRIPTION 

1695 Centers Valve Grinder 

1708 Centers Chairs 

1711 Centers Welder 

1717 Centers Minicomputer (Prime) 

1718 District Vans (2) 

1719 Centers Van 

1720 District Truck 

1721 Centers Police Car 
1743 Centers Training Aid 

1753 College Duplicator, Offset 

1755 District Printing, Fall 1982 Class Schedule 

1756 District Printing, Summer 1982 Class Schedule 
1779 Centers Training Aids 

1810 College Study Carrell 

1815 Centers IBM Mag Card II Typewriter 

1817 Centers Cabinets, File Card 

1832 College Microcomputer 

1835 College Audiovisual and Computer Equipment 

1836 College Lockers, Physical Education 

1851 Centers Furniture, Classroom 

1852 Centers Cabinets, Storage 
185 3 Centers Cabinets, File 

1881 Centers Audiovisual Equipment 

TOTAL 



AMOUNT 

3,311.00 

3,094.00 

4,579.00 

25,000.00 

17,424.00 

8,712.00 

7,658.00 

8,646.00 

10,650.00 

45,654.00 

21,747.00 

20,743.00 

3,048.00 

4,601.00 

4,237.00 

17,675.00 

9,097.00 

8,323.00 

9,009.00 

14,774.00 

3,803.00 

4,686.00 

5,590.00 

$432,062.00 



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TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



1161 College Funds for Purchase of "R" Table 



AMOUNT 



$7,455.00 



DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION AMOUNT 

222 District Federal Income Tax Deposit $ 9,374.46 

225 College Funds in SEOG, 1981-82 25,000.00 

226 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 8,218.40 

227 District Food & Services for College Cafeteria 19,428.96 

228 College Educational Materials and Services for 1981-82 12,000.00 

229 College Funds in Basic Opportunity Program 75,000.00 

230 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 15,795.83 

231 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 16,653.45 

233 District Members' contributions to State Teachers' 

Annuity Fund 182,573.19 

233 District State Income Tax Deposit 49,349.73 

237 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 602,691.70 

240 Centers Funds in Basic Opportunity Grant Program 50,000.00 

242 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 42,288.52 

243 District State Income Tax Deposit 152,859.33 

244 College Postage for Friden Postage Meter 7,500.00 

245 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 72,108.70 

248 District Food & Services for College Cafeteria 16,529.46 

249 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 23,841.76 

250 District Food & Services for College Cafeteria 10,657.30 

251 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 5,126.32 



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DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS (continued) 
NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



252 
253 
254 
255 

258 
259 



College Funds in SEOG, 1981-82 

College Postage Deposit to Mailing Permit No. 8905 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

District Members' Contributions to State Teachers' 
Annuity Fund 

District Food & Services for College Cafeteria 

District Food & Services for College Cafeteria 

TOTAL 

GRAND TOTAL 



AMOUNT 

100,000.00 

6,000.00 

22,070.63 

172,724.35 

3,776.84 

4,610.42 

$1,706,179.35 

$2,145,696.35 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-CA 

Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

President and Members: 

Listed below is an encumbrance in connection with the maintenance 
and repair of San Francisco Community College District facilities. Investiga- 
tion indicates that the work is necessary and desirable for the conduct of the 
schools, and therefore it is recommended for approval of the Governing Board. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the services 

indicated as listed and that authority be and is hereby 
given for the encumbrance of funds against the budget for these 
purposes: 

Work Order Description Amount 

56 SFCCD Appro. Al 8948 48000 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENTS 

Services of the Department of Electricity to purchase, 

process and set up radio equipment as follows: 

1 - Motorola 6-unit charger Model NLM 8988 $ 350.00 
4 - Motorola Walkie-Talkie Radios, Model MX 340 8,188.00 
Sales Tax 554.97 

Processing and set up 46. 46 

$9,139.43 

57 SFCCD Appro. Al 8948 64000 EQUIPMENT 

Services of the Department of Electricity to purchase, 
process and set up radio equipment as follows: 

1 - Motorola 6-unit charger Model NLM 8988 $ 350.00 

2 - Motorola Walkie-Talkie Radios, Model MX 340 4,094.00 
Sales Tax 288.86 
Processing and set up 23. 23 

$4,756.09 



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Work Order 



Description 



Amount 



58 



SFCCD Appro. CI 6510 56021 



MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 
CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 



Services of the Purchaser's Central Shops for maintenance 
and repair of non-automotive equipment. City College, 
during the period 7/1/81 - 6/30/82. 

Revised Amount $26,650.00 
Previous Work Orders 22,000.00 
This Work Order 



$4,650.00 



Recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-C9 

Acceptance of Surplus Material 

President and Members: 

The following miscellaneous surplus supplies have been made avail- 
able and donated to the San Francisco Community College District. The charges 
for transportation and handling represented by these transactions are approxi- 
mately 15% or less of their market value. 

TOTAL COST 

INVOICE NUMBER REQUISITION TO SCHOOL 

& DATE NUMBER SCHOOL DESCRIPTION DISTRICT 



5069A 12/18/81 6710-1-322 College Instructional Supplies 



$50.00 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given for the 

acceptance of miscellaneous supplies from the California 
State Department of Education State Agency for Surplus Property, and 
further, that authorization be here given for the payment of expenses 
necessary in the handling and transporting of this material from the 
California State Department of Education State Agency for Surplus 
Property. Lists of supplies authorized under this resolution are to 
be placed in the official files of the Secretary of the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District. 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman- 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Conmunity College District "^ 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-C17 

Acceptance of Gifts - Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that motor 
vehicles be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing Board resolution. 

From time to time a motor vehicle is offered as a gift to the SFCCD 
to be deregistered and used as instructional equipment. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following motor vehicles 
as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: 1972 Vega 

License No. 895 GLF 

Vehicle Identification No. 514 
Donor: Mr. Jose Cabrera 

248 St. Charles Avenue 

San Francisco, CA 94132 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,100.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

Item No. 2 

Description: 1966 Chevrolet 

License No. RMU 187 

Vehicle Identification No. 164376L118178 
Donor: Florence B. Of enheim/Bernard 

1835 Wawon.. Street 

San Francisco, CA 94116 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $800.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting GLft: None 



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1 turn No. 3 

Dosc-rlpLioii: 1971 I'ord 

License No. 278 EUS 

Vehicle Ideatif ication No. 1J76S155458 
Donor: Mr. Burl Toler 

581 Orizaba Avenue 

San Francisco, CA 94132 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $2,500.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



164469C017398 



Item No. 4 

Description: 1969 Chevrolet 

License No. 106 HVH 
Vehicle Identification No 

Donor: Pedro R. Thumas 

354 Judson Avenue 

San Francisco, CA 94113 

Market Value Declared by Donor: $2,400.00 

Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



4V39T2H521820 



Item No. 5 

Description: 1972 Buick 

License No. 458 GFX 

Vehicle Identification No. 
Donor: Bettie L. Underwood 

1445 Carlos Court 

Santa Rosa, CA 95405 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $750.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

Item No. 6 

Description: 1973 Honda 

License No. 604 HKH 

Vehicle Identification No. SBD1011002 
Donor: Samuel Swadesh/Nancy Chapman 

4410 Paradise Drive 

Belvedere, Tiburon, CA 94920 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,500.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

Item No. 7 

Description: 1970 Pontiac 

License No. 696 BGT 

Vohirle Identification No. 25219()CH 8548 
Donor: Mr. Dewey Sceto & Bi);-(.Ju Scl-Lo 

2 Balceta Avenue 

San Francisco, CA 94127 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $800.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



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WHEREAS: Mr. George Redden, Director, John O'Connell Community 

College Center, and Mr. Laurent Broussal, President, 
Community College Centers, declare that the said gifts will enhance 
the automotive program of the John O'Connell Community College 
Center and recommend acceptance of the gifts, now 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the motor vehicles described above 

be gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and In 
the name of the San Francisco CommuniLy (;{WIe>;e District. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That Mr. George Redden, Director, John 

O'Connell Community College Center, is 
hereby authorized to execute all necessary documents for the 
deregistration of the motor vehicles in accordance with applicable 
law. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal titles of said 

motor vehicles to the SFCCD, the Secretary 
of the Governing Board is directed to notify the donors of the 
acceptance of the gifts by the Governing Board. 



Submitted by, 



I 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the • 

San Francisco Community College District •• 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-C18 

Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that 
(1) motor vehicles, (2) aircraft, (3) cash, (4) securities, (5) precious 
stones, (6) precious metals, and (7) goods other than (1) to (6) above, with 
a market value exceeding $500.00 be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing 
Board resolution. 

From time to time an item is offered as a gift to the SFCCD to be 
used for educational purposes. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following items as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Desctiption: 30 Used Television Sets, 

some color and some black and white 

Donor: Mr. Frank Bell 

Ron's TV 

994 Fine Street 

San Francisco, CA 94 108 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $800.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

WHEREAS: Mrs. Shirley Kelly, Assistant Dean of Instruction, 

City College, and Dr. Kenneth S. Washington, President, 
City College, delare that the gift will enhance the Engineering and 
Physics Departments at City College, and recommend the acceptance 
of the gift, now 



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THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the gift described above be 

gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and in 
the name of the San Francisco Community College District. 



« 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal title of the 

gift described above, the Secretary of 
the Governing Board is directed to notify the donors of the 
acceptance of the gift by the Governing Board. 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



I 



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Honorable Governing Board of the "« 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-C20 

Procurement of interpreter services for the deaf 

President and Members: 

Listed below are independent contractors who will provide inter- 
preter services for the deaf. Services consist of translation from English 
to sign language and from sign language to English. Funds for these services 
are available and have been encumbered on Term Purchase Agreement. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 
of interpreter services for the deaf as enumerated below: 

College Division 

1. Elliot Hellman 

From: February 1, 1982 to June 30, 1982 

8 hours per week, 50 hours (? $6.00 per hour $300.00 

2. Kathleen Crawford 

From: February 1, 1982 to June 30, 1982 

8 hours per week, 116 hours (? $6.00 per hour $700.00 

3. Elise Webster 

From: February 1, 1982 to June 30, 1982 

8 hours per week, 230 hours Q $6.00 per hour $1,380.00 

FURTHER BE TT RESOLVED: That the Vice Chancellor, Business is hereby 

authorized to execute all documents necessary 
for procurement of and payment for these interpreter services. 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Horliort M. Sus.sm;in 
Ch.inri'l lor Siii>im- i n t ondtMit 



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Honorable Governing Board of the •« 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-D2 

Amendment No. ten to the Annual Classified Position 
Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Annual Classified Positions Resolution enumerates all classified 
positions of the San Francisco Community College District continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget. As positions are created, 
deleted, classified, reclassified or changed as to number of positions, class 
title, or rate of compensation during the year, the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution is amended to reflect these changes. This amendment is such a change. 
The effective date and the nature of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Classified Positions Resolution 1981-82 
as amended be hereby amended as indicated below: 

Compensation 
Amendment Class and Item Number Schedule 

Section 669010 A - Community College Centers Division - Salaries 

1 added 2 1842 Management Assistant Z $ 762 B 920 

Effective 03/10/82 to reflect establishment of one new position. This is a 
companion resolution to Resolution No. 820309-B8. 

Z Compensation time off in lieu of payment for overtime 

Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 
Recommended for adoption Vice Chancellor, Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the "" 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 820309-D3 to 820309-D15 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 820309-D3 to 820309-D15 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, releases, salary increment increases, abridgement of leave 
of absence and change of status, all in accordance with the Civil Service procedures 
of the City and County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 

Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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afih)inimi:nis 



820309-D3 RESOLVED: That the following named person be appointed for permanent W 

duty subject to the .usual probationary period to be effective 
on date as shown below: 



Name 



Class 



Location 



CERVANTES, Virgilia 1720 Data Entry City College 

Operator 



Effective Salary 
02/16/82 $A53 BW 



820309-D4 RESOLVED: That the following 

duty, location and 



named persons be appointed for temporary 
effective dates as shown below: 



Name 

RESPOSPOLO, Bernard 
GOBERT, Rhonda 
RAMIREZ, Deborah 
McAllister, Morena 
FONG, Jack Y. 
CACCTOTTI, Richard 
JUNG, Cynthia 



Class 

1404 Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist 
1760 Offset Machine 

Operator 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
8207 Bldg. & Grds. 

Patrolman Officer 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



City College 02/11/82-06/30/82 $448 BW 

District Office 02/10/82-06/30/82 $465 BW 

City College 02/10/82-06/30/82 $465 BW 

Centers 01/27/82-06/30/82 $510 BW 

Administration 

Centers Bldg & 01/27/82-06/30/82 $494 6^^ j 

Grds. 

City College 02/19/82-06/30/82 $5.1375 h| 

City College 02/24/82-06/30/82 $589 BW 



820309-D5 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours or $409.00 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



Name 



Class 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



DIMITRTOIT, Alexios A. 1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Galileo CCC 02/10/82-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 

LEW, Mary 1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. City College 02/10/82-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 

ZABOUKOS, Roberta M. 1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Career Guidance 02/01/82-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 

Center 

REZA, Socorro 1404 Clerk, P.T. City College 02/10/82-06/30/82 $5.6000 h 



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APPOINTMENTS 



820309-D5 
Name 



(Continued) 

Class 



HUI, Brenda 
WALLACE, Veronica 
SEIBEL, Peter M. 
DISPO, Eplfanio L. 
WILLIAMS, Steven F. 
RUSSO, Vincent 
CASTILLO, Raquel E. 



142A Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1A24 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
2402 Laboratory 

Helper, P.T. 
2709 School 

Custodian, P.T. 
2709 School 

Custodian, P.T. 
3616 Library Tech. 

Assistant I, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 



III, P.T. 
CHRISTIANO, Christina 3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 



MATTHEWS, Susan K. 
MOSS, Hazeline M. 
TEPPER, Tony 
WILKINSON, Sallye M. 



3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 



Location 

Galileo CCC 

Child Dev. 

Center 
City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

Mission CCC 



Effective 

02/22/82-06/30/82 

02/16/82-06/18/82 

02/24/82-06/30/82 

02/09/82-06/30/82 

02/09/82-06/30/82 

02/17/82-03/31/82 

02/10/82-06/21/82 

02/01/82-06/21/82 



Teachers 

Resource Center 
City College 02/10/82-06/11/82 

Teachers 01/25/82-06/30/82 

Resource Center 
Teachers 01/25/82-06/30/82 

Resource Center 
Career Guidance 02/10/82-06/30/82 

Center 



Salary 
$5.8125 H 
$5.8125 H 
$5.3750 H 
$6.2500 H 
$6.2500 H 
$6.9000 H 
$5.1375 H 
$5.1375 H 
$5.1375 H 
$5.1375 H 
$5.1375 H 
$5.1375 H 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



820309-D6 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 

3591 College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, salary 
at the rate of $3.57 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



ALLEN, Rosemary 
BARTOLOME, Edliza 
BERMAN, Deborah 
CHENG, Pu H. 
FONG, Michael 
GOODEN, Roy H. 
HANG, Nam Thi 



Effective 

01/13/82-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 
12/16/81-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 



Name 

LAM, Bich-Nga Thi 
MARTINEZ, Angela 
MARTINEZ, Ileana 
NG, Chung Wai 
SERRANO, Ana 
TRUONG, Thanh 
VUONG, Tao 



Effective 

01/27/82-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 
01/13/82-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 
01/27/82-06/30/82 



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APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



820309-D7 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.57 per 
hour not to exceed $409.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



Name 



CASTRO, Jeanette 
DELARIVA, Gabriella 
KHIM, Darasmy 
KUHN, Judith 
LEE, Elaine 
LEE, Janice M. 
LEE, Jonathan C. 
LONGO, Gina 
MORERA, Francisco 
McKEY, Joseph 



Effective Name Effective 

01/13/82-06/30/82 MALIG, Alexandra L. 12/30/81 

01/27/82-06/30/82 O'SHEA, James St. 01/13/82 

01/13/82-06/30/82 PACIA, Amanda T. 11/27/81- 

01/27/82-06/30/82 QUINTANA, Donald 01/13/82- 

01/27/82-06/30/82 SEAMSTER, Chatherine 01/27/82- 

01/27/82-06/30/82 SILVESTRE, Serita M. 01/13/82 

01/27/82-06/30/82 WATKINS , Rufus N. 12/30/81- 

01/27/82-06/30/82 WEINSTEIN, Rosetta R. 01/13/82- 

01/27/82-06/30/82 WONG, Teddy 01/27/82- 
01/27/82-06/30/82 



06/30/; 
06/30/! 
06/30/1 
06/30/1 
06/30/' 
06/30/1 
06/30/j 
06/30/ i 
06/30/1 



RELEASES 



820309-D8 



RESOLVED : 



Name 

FONG, Jack Y. 
GO BERT, Rhonda 
DIMITRIOU, Alexios A. 
MILLER, Laura 
TRINH, Van Tien 
HEARD, Joln-i Jr. 
REMBERT, James L. 



That the following temporary persons be released close 
of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 



Location 



1404 Clerk City College 

1720 Data Entry Operator City College 
3591 College Aide Galileo CCC 

3598 School Aide III, City College 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, Mission CCC 

P.T. 
8272 TIA Campus Control, S.F. Skills Ctr. 

P.T. 
8272 TIA Campus Control, J. Adams CCC 

P.T. 



Effectiv e 

01/26/82 

02/09/82 

02/09/82 

01/20/82 

01/29/82 

01/29/82 

02/09/82 



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03/09/82 



- 72 



RELEASES 



820309-D9 RESOLVED 
on dates 
Name 

BROWN, Brenda 
WEGMAN, Marie 
SCHWARTZ, Stacey A. 
JOHNSON, Yvonne R. 
TAI, June 
MOORE, Debra A. 
POHLMANN, Frederick 
ROTENBERG, Irene E. 
SAEPHAN, Chaylium 



That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be 
released from their temporary appointments close of day 
as shovm below: 



Class 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 



Location 



Effective 



State Preschool Prog. 01/29/82 

(J. Adams CCC) 
Career Guidance 



City College 

Child Development 

Center 
City College 

City College 

City College 

Career Guidance 

Career Guidance 



02/01/82 
09/25/81 
12/22/81 
01/29/82 
01/21/82 
01/21/82 
09/30/81 
09/30/81 



SALARY INCREMENT 



INCREASES 



820309-DlO 



RESOLVED; 



Name 

CHANSIN, Lise F. 

FONG, Gladys F. J. 

LIPPI, Amelia 

RIVERA, Teri 

DOWD, Anne N. 

WILLIAMS, Mary 

GARCIA, Nestor 

D 3 to D15 
Page 5 of 9 
03/09/82 



That the salaries of the following named persons be 
increased effective on dates as shown below: 



Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 
1424 Clerk Typist 
1424 Clerk Typist 



Location 



Effec. 



From 



City College 04/07/82 $465 B 
City College 04/25/82 $534 B 
City College 04/24/82 $510 B 



1426 Sr. Clerk Typ'.st Downtown CCC 04/08/82 $586 B 

1487 Financial Aids City College 04/21/82 $560 B 

Assistant 
1487 Financial Aids City College 04/21/82 $560 B 

Assistant 
1489 TIA Business Downtown CCC 04/22/82 $567 B 

Learning Center 



73 - 



To 

$487 
$560 
$534 
$614 
$586 
$586 
$594 



SALARY INCREMENT 
INCREASES 

820309-DlO (Continued) 

Name Class 



BARGER, Shirley 
LOW, Shirley 
WONG, Eva Wai On 



Location 



1872 Programmer Analyst City College 

1872 Programmer Analyst District 

Office 
3616 Library Tech. City College 
Asst. I 



Effec, 



From 



To 



04/07/82 $807 B $846 
04/28/82 $846 B $887 
04/16/82 $634 B $664 



ABRIDGEMENT OF 
LEAVE OF ABSENCE 



820309-D11 



RESOLVED: 



That the leave of absence granted to Sally FAAPOULI from her 
permanent position, 1404 Clerk, be abridged cod 01/27/82. 



820309-D12 RESOLVED: That the leave of absence granted to Shirley Y. LOW from her ^ 

permanent position, 1872 Programmer Analyst, be abridged 
cod 01/29/82; and effective 02/01/82 she return to her permanent position 
assigned to District Office. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

820309-D13 RESOLVED: That Sally FAAPOULI, temporary 1424 Clerk Typist assigned 

to City College, be released cod 01/27/82 (Permanent 1404); 
and that effective 01/28/82 she be appointed permanent 1424 Clerk 
Typist, subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to City 
College. 



820309-1114 



D3 to D15 
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03/09/82 



RESOLVED: That Sharon BALDWIN, temporary 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist assigned 

to District Office, be released cod 01/26/82; and that 
effective 01/27/82 she be appointed permanent 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, 
subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to the same department. 



74 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

820309-D15 RESOLVED: That Sharon MITCHELL, temporary 1A26 Sr. Clerk Typist assigned 

to City College, be released cod 02/10/82; and that effective 
02/11/82 she be appointed permanent 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, subject to 
the usual probationary period, assigned to the same department. 



D3 to D15 

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03/09/82 - 75 - 



SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
As of March 9, 1982 



1 


W 


M 


1 


A/PI 


F 


1 


W 


F 


1 


H 


F 


1 


H 


M 


1 


A/PI 


F 


1 


B 


F 


1 


H 


F 


1 


H 


F 


1 


F 


F 


1 


W 


M 


1 


B 


M 


1 


F 


M 


2 


W 


M 


3 


W 


F 


1 


H 


F 


1 


B 


F 


1 


W 


M 


1 


A/PI 


F 



1A02 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

1720 Data Entry Operator 

2402 Laboratory Helper, P.T. 

2709 School Custodian, P.T. 

2709 School Custodian, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 

3616 Library Technical Asst. I, P.T. 

8207 B. G. Patrolman Officer 



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03/09/82 



76 - 



i 



SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary 6f Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF ^^^ch 9, 1982 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


132 


79 


36 


60 


30 





337 


Female 


185 


65 


64 


92 


34 





440 


Total 


317 


144 


100 


152 


64 


.777 1 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


17.0 


10.2 


4.6 


7.7 


3.9 





43.4 


Female 


23.8 


8.4 


8.2 


11.8 


4.4 





56.6 


Total 


40.8 


18.6 


12.8 


19.5 


8.3 





100.0 



Asian Am. Ind. 
White Black Hispanic Pac. Is. Ak. Nat. Other Total 



SF - 1980 
Census 



45.9% 



12.7% 



12.3% 



21.7% 



0.5% 



6.9% 



100.0% 



D3 to D15 
Page 9 of 9 
03/09/82 



77 - 



Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



•< 



SAN FIIANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES 

(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF March 10. 1981 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


120 


82 


37 


59 


22 




320 


Female 


200 


• 69 


49 


80 


32 


2 


432 


Total 


320 


151 


86 


139 


54 


2 


752 



PERCENTAGE 





VJhite 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Inc. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.0 


10.9 


4.9 


7.9 


2.9 




42.6 


Female 


26.6 


9.2 


6.5 


10.5 


4.3 


' .3 


57.4 


Total 


42,6 


20.1 


11.4 


18.4 


7.2 


.3 


100.0 



Male 




SAN 


FRANCISCO LABOR FORCI 


r 


. 


55.7% 


Female 


1970 CENSUS 


44.3% 


Total 


60.9% 


11.6% 


12. .8% 10.6% 


3.8% 


.3% 


100.0% 



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03/10/81 



- 78 



Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



I 



Honorable Governing Board of the "• 

San Francisco Cotranunity College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-El 
Amendment No. 5 to the 
Annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82, Resolution 
No. 810616-El, enumerates all certificated positions continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the budget. As positions are created, abolished, 
or changed as to number of positions, titles, or rate of compensation during the 
year, the Annual Certificated Position Resolution is amended to reflect these 
changes. This amendment is such a change. The effective date and the nature 
of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82 
is hereby amended as indicated below: 



A mendment 
Positions 



// - 



FTE 



Class Title 



Compensation 



Min. 



Max. 



Car. Inc. 



Section A1102 - Community College Centers Division - 
Instructors 



1 - 1 Created 
161 - 161 Instructors - Schedule I 



13881 31272 34341 



To create one Instructor - Schedule I position effective March 1, 1982 by 
Resolution No. 820309-B19. 



Specially Funded Programs - 

Section G4250 - Mission Community College Center - 
VEA. Subpart 2 (Unrestricted) 

1 - 1 Created 

1 - 1 Instructors - Schedule I 



13881 31272 34341 



This position shall be continued 
until 6/30/82 and shall be occupied 
only when services aie required and 
funds are provided for the grant 
Program by Voca.tional Education 
Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), 
Subpart 2 of Part A - Basic Grant 
(Unrestricted) . 

To create one temporary Instructor - Schedule I position effective February 8, 
1982, by Resolution No. 820309-B20. 



3/9/82 - El Page 1 



79 



SYMBOLS: 

Y Annual rate 



Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwaraoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



3/9/82 - El Page 2 



80 - 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-Fl 

Recognizing Herbert M. Sussman's intent 

to retire, and commending his service 

to the San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

On June 30, 1982, Mr. Herbert M. Sussman will retire from his position 
as Chancellor/Superintendent of the San Francisco Community College District. 
Mr. Sussman has provided five years of educational service to the City of 
San Francisco through his leadership of the San Francisco Community College 
District. He has supported life-long learning opportunities for adults through 
the Community College Centers Division, and a comprehensive program at the 
City College for those students planning on higher education as well as those 
students planning for technical and vocational careers. Mr. Sussman has also 
been a strong advocate of the Arts and Humanities. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College District recognize the intent of Herbert M. Sussman, 
Chancellor/Superintendent of the San Francisco Community College 
District, to retire through the State Teachers' Retirement System, 
effective close of business on June 30, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco 

Community College District authorize and 
approve the payment of 60 days of accumulated sick leave to Herbert M. 
Sussman in lieu of transferring same to the State Teachers' Retirement 
System. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco 

Community College District express its thanks 
to Herbert M. Sussman for his dedicated services and contributions to 
the San Francisco Community College District. 

Submitted by. 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



03/09/82-F1 



i 



81 



I 



» 



I 



Honorable Governing Board of the "• 

San Francisco Community College District 

Sub j ect : Anouncement : 

Selecting a new Chancellor/Superintendent 

by an Emergency Resolution from the 

floor on evening of Governing Board meeting 

President and Members: 

On March 9, 1982, it is anticipated that a new Chancellor/Superintendent 
will be named by members of the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 
College District at their Closed Session meeting that evening. The Board 
expects to make public their choice by an Emergency Resolution from the 
floor at the public meeting following. 

The Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 
hereby announces that it intends to appoint by Emergency Resolution from the 
floor on March 9, 1982 the individual who will be the new Chancellor/Superintendent 
of the District. 

Submitted by, 



Ernest Ayala 
President 
Governing Board 



J 



3/9/72 - F2 

- 82 



t* 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 820309G1-G24 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members: 



Resolutions No. 820309G1-G24 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



Gl to G24 
Page 1 of 13 
3/9/82 



- 83 



820309-01 
Hourly 
Teaching 
Appointments 
Spring 1982 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed to 
teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names duiJA 
the Spring Semester, 1982. Unless otherwise indicated, the effecti^ 
dates for Day hours are February 9 through June 21, 1982; Evening hour: 
February 8 through June 19, 1982. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 

* Bible, Michael 
Booher, John 

* Borras, Caridad 
+ Burton, Miyo 

+ Casey, John 

* Chase, Diana 

* Ciccolini, Anthony J. 
+ Connick, Frances 

* Cordero, Fernando 

* Deal, Thomas 
Dvorson, Betty 

* Grant , James 

* Greene, Phillip D. 

+ Hawley, Marion 
Hudson, Gilbert 

* Irwin, Robert C. 

* Irwin, Robert C. 

Knutsen, Wayne 

* Kowsar , Mohammad 

* Lewis, Robert D. 

* Malachowski, Michael 
+ McCutchan, Nell 

Milner-Brown, Huntly 

* Monk, Leonard 

* Montes-Gonzales, Ana 

* Moriwaki, Kathleen 

Novogrodsky, David 



Department 


Day 
Hours 


Eve/Sat 
Hours 


Total 
Weekly 


Effective 
Dates 


P.E. South 
Chemistry 
Radiologic Tech 
Guidance 


6.0 
4.0 
3.0 


2.0 


2.0 
6.0 
4.0 
3.0 




Business 

English 
Photography 
Chemistry 
Behavioral Science 


3.0 
6.0 
6.0 
3.0 


3.0 


3.0 
6.0 
6.0 
3.0 

3.0 


2/17-6/21/82 


Engineering 
English 




4.0 
3.0 


4.0 
3.0 




Chemistry 
Photography 


6.0 
4.0 




6.0 
4.0 




Nursing 
Engineering 


3.0 
6.0 




3.0 

6.0 


3/2-4/13/82 gm 
2/9 & 2/ll/8» 


English 
English 


3.0 


6.0 
6.0 


6.0 
9.0 


2/8-2/15/82 
2/16-6/21/82 


Fire Science 
Drama 


3.0 


3.0 


3.0 
3.0 


2/22-6/19/82 


Photography 


6.0 




6.0 




Biology 

English 

Biology 

Mathematics 

IDST 

English 


6.0 
3.0 
6.0 
5.0 
6.0 
6.0 


3.0 


6.0 
3.0 
6.0 
8.0 
6.0 
6.0 


2/9-2/18/82 
2/17-6/21/82 



Labor Studies 



3.0 



3.0 



2/17; 4/14-5/19/ 



O'Connor, Patricia CASC 
Ohman, Charles Business 



4.0 
5.0 



4.0 
5.0 



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3/9/82 



*New hourly Instructor — appointment contingent upon possession and re- 
cordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential. 
+Full-time instructor — extra pay. ^ 



- 84 - 



8203029-Gl (continued) 
Name 
+ Palmer, John 

Peisinser, Joseph 

+ Render, Ann 

+ Reyes, Bienvenido 
Rifkin, David 
Rosenburg, Jerrold 

* Ross, Gordon F. 

Silverman, Barry 

+Slavoj , Desider 
+ Smith, Karl 

* Smith, Will 

* Telles, Raymond L. 

* Wong, Jolm 

+ Hendricks, Joanne 



Department 
Printing Tech 



Day Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Hours Weekly 

6.0 6.0 



Effective 
Dates 



Legal Assisting 

Nursing 

Business 


1.5 
5.0 


3.0 


3.0 

1.5 
5.0 


2/18-2/23/82 


Engineering 
Social Sciences 
English 


3.0 


6.0 
3.0 


6.0 
3.0 
3.0 


2/17-6/21/82 


Labor Studies 




3.0 


3.0 


2/10; 2/24-3/31; 
5/26-6/9 


Engineering 

Nursing 

Business 


1.5 
10.0 


6.0 


6.0 
1.5 
10.0 


2/25 & 5/18/82 o 


Photography 


6.0 




6.0 




Engineering 




6.0 


6.0 




Business 




2.0 


2.0 


2/9/82 only 










■ 



820309-0 2 
Changes in 
Hourly 

Appointments 
Spring 1982 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted. Unless otherwise indicated, the effective 
dates for Day hours are February 9 through June 21, 1982; Evening 
hours, February 8 through June 19, 1982. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Department 



Day Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Hours Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 



Increase 
+BAUER, RALPH 



GIUBBINI, WALTER 



GRANT, MARGARET 



HSU, WE I- JANE 



From Printing Tech 
To Printing Tech 

From Criminology 
To Criminology 
And Business 

From English 
To English 

From English 
To English 



2/8/82 

2/17/82 
2/16/82 



Gl to G24 
Page 3 of 13 
3/9/82 



*New Hourly Instructor — appointment contingent upon possession and 

recordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential. 
+Full-time instructor — extra pay 



85 - 



820309-G2 (continued) 



Name 
+KRUMM, WALTER 

MERSKY, JERI 

MURIO, ROBERT 
NAGURA, DIANE 
PIGGEE, THOMAS 
SWARTZ, THOMAS 
TOMPKINS, JOHN 

TURDICI, PETER 
-fWENDEHOST, OTTO 
YAMANAKA, MORGAN 

Increases (cont.) 
COHEN, EDWIN 

+ DOKEY, JACK 

DOYLE, JOHN 

KOREY, SUZANNE 
YIM, LESLIE 



Department 

From IDST 
To IDST 
And IDST 

From Labor Studies 
To Labor Studies 
And Labor Studies 

From P.E. South 
To P.E. South 

From P.E. North 
To P.E. North 

From P.E. South 
To P.E. South 

From Mathematics 
To Mathematics 

From Business 
To Business 
And Business 

And Business 

From Fire Science 
To Fire Science 



Day 
Hours 



Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 



8 

10 

8 
4 

4 
6 



From 


Aeronaut ics 


4 


To 


Aeronautics 


6 


From 


Social Serv. 


3 


To 


Social Serv. 


3 


And 


Behavioral Sci. 


3 


And 


Behavioral Sci. 


3 



From English 
To English 

From Business 3 

To Business 6 

From Drama 
To Drama 

From Printing Tech. 
To Printing Tech. 

From Radiologic Tech. 5 
To Radiologic Tech. 8 



3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 

8 
10 

8 
10 

4 
6 

2 

4 

3 
3 
6 
6 

3 

9 

4 
6 

3 
3 

3 

3 

6 

9 

3 
6 

6 
9 

3 

4 

5 
8 



2/18-3/4/82 

2/8-4/12/82 
2/8-4/12/82 



2/8/82 
2/9/82 
2/8/82 
2/8/82 



2/9-4/1/82 
4/13-6/3/82 



2/23/82 
2/16/82 



2/9/82 
3/8-4/23/82 

2/10-4/7/82 
2/9/82 



2/16/82 

2/18/82 
2/16/82 



Gl to G24 
Page 4 of 13 
3/9/82 



86 - 



+Full-time instructor — extra 



pay 



820309-G2 (continued) 

Increase 
Rame 

YEE, LELAND 
ZAPATA, DARYL 

Decrease 
ADAMS, KENNETH 



Department 


Day 

Hours 

8 
10 


Eve/Sat 
Hours 

3 
6 


Total 
Weekly 

3 

6 

8 
10 


Effective 
Dates 


From Behavioral Sci. 
To Behavioral Sci. 

From P.E. South 
To P.E. South 


2/8/82 
2/9/82 



From Astronomy 
To Astronomy 



CARLEY, CHRISTOPHER From Orn. Hort. 

To Orn. Hort. 



LOWOOD, JENNIFER 



Cancel 

+ATWATER, STEPHEN 
DENNIS, JOHN 
DER, PETER 
DICKERT, LINDA 

+GUTHRIE, MICHAEL 
KHOURY, GEORGE 
WRIGHT, JEAN 



From Study Center 

To Study Center 

And Study Center 

And Study Center 

And Study Center 

Behavioral Sciences 

Social Science 

Mathematics 

CASC 

Biology 

Foreign Languages 

Legal Assisting 



9 
8 


2/8/82 


8 

5 


2/22/82 


6 
3 
3 
6 
6 


2/10-3/22/82 
(ea) 2/9 & 2/11 only 
2/9-3/22/82 
3/2A-5/5/82 
5/7-6/11/82 


3 
3 
3 
7 
3 
3 
3 


2/9/82 

2/8/82 

2/8/82 

2/11/82 

2/8/82 

2/8/82 

2/9/92 



820309-G3 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



Add 
Name 



RESOLVED: That resolution 8200126-G30, Additional Hours of 
Service Department Heads, be amended. Effective dates for Day 
hours are February 9 through June 21, 1982; Evening hours are 
February 8 through June 19, 1982, unless otherwise noted. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instruc- 
tional rate: 



+GRIFFIN, GANELLE 

Cancel 
+KAAR, ROBERT 
+MUELLER, MADELINE 





Day 


Eve/Sat 




Effective 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 


Dates 


Nursing 


1.5 




1.5 


2/11 & 2/16 only 


Earth Sciences 




3 


3 


2/8/82 


Music 


3 




3 


2/17/82 



820309-G4 RESOLVED: That effective April 12 through June 20, 1982, 

Special MASON-BRUNE , PAMELA be appointed to design costumes in the Drama 

Assignment Department for 10 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance 

Drama with the current salary schedule, non-instructional assignments. 



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820309-(;5 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 820126-G17, College Librarians 
Day and Evening Division, be amended. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate; 



820309-G6 

Special 



Assignment 


Study 


Center 



Name 

Increase 
BRICKNER, MARGARET 



Day Hrs/Wk Eve Hrs/Wk Effective Dates 
(Cl-6110) (Cl-5410) 



from 
to 



and 



2/18/83 



RESOLVED: That effective February 16 through June 18, 1982. 
EVERHART, MARY FRANCES, be appointed to serve as Study Center 
Coordinator for 7 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



I 



820309-G 7 
Special 
Assignment 
Testing & 
Research 



RESOLVED: That effective January 26, 1982, BEKGRAN, BETTY, 
be appointed to administer Evening Division ESL Testing for a 
total of 3^ hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, non- instructional assignments. 



820309-G 8 
Fall 1981 
Teaching 
Appointments 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors in the Evening 
Division be appointed for the number of hours per week on the dates 
shown. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 

JOHNSON, DAVID 

TOMPKINS, JOHN A. 



Department 

Business 

Business 



Eve/Sat 

Hours 
2 
3 



Effective 

Date 

1/10/82 
1/21/82 



820309-G 9 RESOLVED: That for the 1982-83 Academic Year,+COMBS, BARBARA, 

Reduced be granted special reduced workload status in the Health Science 

Workload Department as follows: 

Pre-Retirement Fall Semester 1982 Spring Semester 1983 

Reduction full-time no duty 

(AFT- K79 

17.13a) 



820309-G 10 RESOLVED: That effective February 8 through June 18, 1982, 

Special the following named certificated personnel be appointed as 

Assignments Instructional Computing Laboratory Coordinators for the number of 

Instructional hours per week shown. Salary shall be in accordance with the 

Computing Lab current salary schedule, non-instructional rate: 



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Name 

ARAUJO-OROSCO, GINA 

DRAKE, DELOSS 
+ SCHOLAND, JULIA 
+ TRUITNER, JAMES 



Hours per Week 

16 

13 

4 

7 



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€ 



88 



820309-Gll RESOLVED: That-mALONEY, CORNELIUS, be granted a leave 

Military of absence, effective March 15 through March 28, 1982 (14 
Leave working days) without loss of pay, for military service. 



820309-G 12 RESOLVED: That effective June 21, 1982, the resignation 
Resignation of+BERKE, ROBERT S., be accepted at his request. 



820309-G13 

Name 
Change 



RESOLVED: That the name of the following instructor be 
changed at her request: 



from LANDES, SUSAN SPERLING 



to SPERLING, SUSAN 



820309-G14 RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 

Career the following named counselors be appointed to serve as Career 
Development Development Counselors in the Career Development and Placement 
Counselors Center for the number of hours per week shown. Salary shall be 

in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate; 



Name 


Hours 


per Week 


GUTIERREZ, RICARDO 




6 


LEE, MAY 




15 


MARQUEZ, JOSEPHINE 




13 


WONG, WANDA 




2 


YEE, JANE 




9 



820309-G15 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 820126-G9, Women's Re-Entry 
Counselors, be changed. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 

ROSS, ELLEN 



from 
to 



Hrs/Wk 
15 hrs/wk 
15 hrs/wk 



Effective Dates 

2/1-3/1/82 

2/1-3/31/82 



820309-G16 

Amendment to 
Resol ution 



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13 



RESOLVED: That resolution 811006-G13, Amendment to Resolution 
810804-G4, Concert/Lecture Series Coordinator, be amended. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
instructional assignments: 



Name 

DVORSON , BETTY 



+Full-time instructor — extra 

- 89 - 



from 



to 



pay 



20 hrs/wk 
and 20 hrs/wk 

20 hrs/wk 
and 14 hrs/wk 



9/9/81-1/29/82 
2/9/82-6/21/82 

9/9/81-1/29/82 
2/9/82-6/21/82 



(max. 266 hours— 2/9/82-6/21/82 
and 4/5/82-4/9/82) 



820309-G 17 

Evening 

Division 

Assistant 

Site 

Managers 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 17, 1982, 
the following named certificated personnel appointed to serve 
for 6 hours per week as Evening Division Assistant Site Managers. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule 
for non- instructional assignments: 



Name 

McMANUS, MARION 
+VITORELO, JOAN 



*Extra Hours 
3 hrs each 
3 hrs each 



Dates 

2/3, 2/4 & 2/8/82 

2/9 & 2/11/82 



820309-G 18 

Evening 
Division 
Study Center 
Coordinator 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 10, 1982, 
*ELAME, PHYLLIS, be appointed to serve as Evening Division Study 
Center Coordinator for 6 hours per week. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, non- instructional 
rate. 



820309- G19 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 820126-G27 be amended. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
instructional rate: 



Name 
+MADIGAN, PATRICIA 



Total Effective 

Change Hours Dates 

from 12 2/3 & 2/4/82 

to 6 2/3/82 only 



820309- G20 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 820309-Gll, Hourly Counselors, 
be amended. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 

Add 

SCHOON, HOWARD 

Increase 



HARRIS, JULIE 



Total Hours 



116.5 



from 60 
to 110 



Effective Dates 

2/8/82-4/2/82 

2/8/82-3/9/82 
3/10/82-4/2/82 



820309-G21 

Leave of 

Absence 

Exchange 

Teaching 

Position 



RESOLVED: That for the 1982-83 Academic Year, McCULLOUGH, 
TILLIE, Business Department, be granted a leave of absence with 
pay to accept an exchange position with Sylvia Bristoll, of 
Vancouver Community College, Vancouver, British Columbia. 



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c 



Special 

Assignments 
Biology 



RESOLVED: That effective February 9 through June 21, 1982, 
the following" named certificated personnel be appointed to serve 
in the Auto-Tutorial Lab for the number of hours per week shown. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
non-instructional rate. 



Name 
+GUTHRIE, MICHAEL 
+ JOHNSON, ELAINE 

YOUNG, PAUL 



Hours per Week 
10 
9 
2 



820309-G23 
Temporary 
Long-Term 
Substitutes 



RESOLVED: That effective February 8 through June 21, 1982, 
the following named counselors be appointed as full-time temporary 
long-term substitutes for regular counselors on leave. These 
appointments are subject to submission of evidence of a negative 
chest x-ray and a satisfactory physical examination. Salary shall 
be in accordance with the 1981-82 Schedule I Salary Schedule: 



Name 

BROOKSHAW, KEITH 
TOLER, MELVIA 
VITORELO, JOAN 



Regular Counselor on Leave 
Gordon Poon 
Donald Marcus 
William O'Keefe (vice 
William Shepard) 



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L 



820309-G 
Concert/ 
Lecture 
Series 



24 RESOLVED: That the following named individuals be appointed 

for the dates shown and be granted the honorarium indicated: ^ 

Lecturer: "Cine Accion", Ralph Maradiaga 

Date: May 7, 1982 

Location: V115 

Honorarium: $100 

Subject: Cine de las Americas-lst Latin American Festival of Animation 

Ralph Maradiaga, cinematographer with Cine Accion, the 
Hispanic film makers' organization of Northern California, 
will lecture on the technique of animation and demonstrate 
the artistic advancement of Latin American, Chicano and 
Hispanic animated films. (The first annual Latin American 
Festival of Animation will be held in San Francisco from 
May 1 to 9.) 






« 



Lecturer: Kay Atkinson 

Date: April 22, 1982 

Location: Student Union 

Honorarium: $25 

Subject: Community College Health Fair 

Kay Atkinson, 64, began running 8 years ago and holds world 
records for her achievements. She has lectured widely in 
the Bay Area and elsewhere and will appear at CCSF's Health 
Fair to speak on aging an physical fitness. 

Lecturer: Wilmette Brown ' 

Date: Mid- or late March (to be announced) 

Location: to be arranged 

Honorarium: $150 

Subject: National and International Politics and Social Change 

Wilmette Brown, grassroots organizer In the Black and 
Women's movement, is a writer, lecturer and teacher. An 
advocate for financial independence for women, she is pre- 
sently an organizer for over 30 women's groups international- 
ly, including Britain and France where she has spent the 
last seven months. 



Lecturer: Daniel Ellsberg 

D.-ito: March 19, 1982-11 a.m. 

lAuat ion : Student Union Lower level 

Honorarium: $150 

Subject: Nuclear Arms Race 

Dr. Daniel Ellsberg, former strategic weapons system analyst 
for the Pentagon and now anti-nuclear activist, will appear 
in conjunction with Nuclear Education Week, March 15 to 19. 



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820309-G 24 Lecturer: 

(continued) Date: 

Location : 
Honorarium : 
Subject : 



Dennis Fitzinger 

March' 3, 1982-1:30 p.m. 

Upper Level Student Union 

$100.00 

Chess 



Chess master and chess writer Dennis Fitzinger will speak 
about the game and demonstrate his skills by playing 25-30 
players simultaneously. 

Lecturer: Ivor Welch 

Date: April 22, 1982—11 a.m. -12:00 noon 

Location: Lower Level Student Union 

Honorarium: $25 

Subject: Aging and Physical Fitness 

Ivor Welch, 86, has won numerous athletic records, including 
one for his ascent of Pike's Peak. He has lectured widely 
in the areas of aging and physical fitness and will be 
appearing at CCSF in conjunction with the annual Health Fair. 

Performer: Mark Levy 

Date: March 9, 1982- 11 a.m. 

Location: Student Union, Lower Level 

Honorarium: $25 

Concert: Nuclear Freeze Initiative 

Guitarist, vocalist and composer, Mark Levy has appeared 
widely in the Bay Area. His performance will be in con- 
junction with Daniel Ellsberg 's appearance. 

Performer: Cabrillo Dance Ensemble 

Date: March 3, 1982-11 a.m. 

Location: North Gym Dance Studio 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Modern Dance 

This 20- member ensemble (supported by a Santa Cruz City Art 
Commission Grant) provides both lecture/demonstration and 
dance concert. They include modern, jazz, and dance-theater. 
Director Regina Decosse is a former member of the Tandy Bel 
and the Bill Evans Dance Company. 



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City College of San Francisco 

ETHNIC SURVEY 

NEW FIRST-TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
OF FOREGOING RESOLUTIONS 



TIME PERIOD: FROM February 9, 1982 



TO 



March 9, 1982 



FACULTY 


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DEPARTMENT 
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DEPARTMENT 

Behavioral Science 

Biology 

Business 

CASC 

Chemistry 

Drama 

Engineering 

Engineering 

English 

English 

English 

IDST 

Mathematics 

P.E. South 

Photography 

Photography 

Radiologic Technology 

Study Center 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-Hl 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
City College of San Francisco 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 820309-Hl covers certificated personnel items 

in categorically funded progriims for City College of San Francisco. Services 

are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each of the 
categorically funded programs appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by. 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. V. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chance 1 lor/Superintendent 

HI 

Page 1 of 2 

3/9/82 



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820309-Hl RESOLVED: That resolution 820126-H5, Special Assignment CAP 

Amendment to Project (Gl-2800-14022) , be amended. Salary shall be in accor- 
Resolut ion dance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate: 

Decrease 

TU, DOROTHY from 18 hrs/wk to 10 hrs/wk 

Cancel 

EVERS, KATHLEEN 18 hrs/wk effective 2/9/82 



1 



HI 

Page 2 of 2 

3/9/82 - 97 - 



Honorable Governing Board. of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 820309- Jl to 820309-J3 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers 

Prf'sident <ind Members: • 

Resolutions No. 820309-Jl to 820309-J3 cover certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Sta'vices are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The ;2'-'''^'<-'^"i''ing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of Indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
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shall not be Included in computing the service rec^nired .as a i)rercqui site 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a coinmunity college district..." 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by. 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



L.uirent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

RGCO!:i.(iended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



820309- .13 

Supervisory 

Stipend 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated 
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Parent Ed 



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Program $675.00 for 1981-82 
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Subject: Resolutions No. 820309-Kl to S20309-K15 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 820309-Kl to 820309-Kl 5 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by. 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



820309-K5 
Amendment 



NAME 



Coles, Flournoy 

Hitchins, Robert 

Smith, Erma 

Toney, Anita K, 
Tollefson, Stephen 



RESOLVED: That the following resolutions, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
to show the beginning dates of the Appointments for 
the following employees. 



CENTER 



RESOLUTION NO. DATE SHOWN SHOULD BE 



86 Mission 820209-Kl 
53 O'Connell 820209-Kl 
29 Downtown 820209-Kl 

81 Galileo 820209-Kl 

87 Galileo 820209-Kl 



2/11/82 

2/10/82 

2/23/82 

2/20/82 
2/20/82 



2/9/82 

2/9/82 

2/25/82 

2/13/82 
2/13/82 



820309-K6 
Change of 
Name 



820309-K7 



Retirement 
State 



RESOLVED: That the name of DALIA KALIR, 
Hourly Instructor, Alemany Community College Center 
of the Community College Division be changed to 
DALIA C. NAGEL, effective January 1, 1982. 

RESOLVED: That recognition be give HYRUM L. CLARK, 
Schedule II Instructor, Galileo Community College Center 
of his intent to retire through the State Teachers' 
Retirement System, effective February 1, 1982. 



820309-K8 
Military 
L eave of 
Absence 



820309-K9 

Instructional 

Program 



RESOLVED: That effective February 26, 1982 thru 
March 12, 1982, JANET E. WEST, Counselor, Schedule I, 
Downtown Community College Center of the Community College 
Centers Division, be granted a military leave of absence, 
without loss of pay, for military service. 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 
be approved and given at the location shown. For admin- 
istrative purposes, the following program is attached to 
John Adams Community College Center. 



Class: Paramedic 

Location: 1860 Hayes Street 

Instructor: Mary Allen 

No. of Sessions: 12 

Hours per Session: Various 

Fee per Session: 



Period of Time 
Group Leaders: 



$160.00, 2 (a $120.00. each,, 
3 (d $80.00 each 



1 (3 $240.00, 1 (9 
5 (? $90.00 each, 
2/9/82-4/12/82 
William Boehly, Pamela Speich, Anna Webster , _ 
Herman Uhley, Ernest Goodner, Richard Allei^ 



Janet Welch, Paul Auerbach. William Dohert] 



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COMMnNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



820309-KlO 
I nstructional 
Programs _ 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional 
programs be approved and given at the locations shown. 
For administrative purposes, the following programs are 
attached to Mission Community College Center, 



Class: Resources for Srs.- Health Insurance Counseling 
Location: 31 Gough Street 
Instructor: Geraldine Murphy 
No. of Sessions: 7 
Hours per Session: 3 
Period of Time: 3/8/82-5/24/82 
Fee per Session: $60.00 

Group Leaders: Donna Ambrogi, vion Garfield, Jeanette Harris 
Betty Thurman, Carol J, Wisnieski 



820309-Kll 



Class: Effective Coimnunlcation (Facilitating Support Groups) 

Location: 1351 24th Avenue 

Instructor: Geraldine Murphy 

No. of Sessions: 8 

Hours per Session: 2^ 

Fee per Session: $50.00 

Period of Time: 2/10/82-3/31/82 

Group Leaders: Leta Adler, Kathy Keefe 



820309-K12 
Appointment 
1st Year 
Contract 



RESOLVED: That effective Januarv 11, 1982, WITIJAM 
SHOAF, be appointed a Schedule I first year (probationary) 
Instructor, assigned to Alemany Community College Center, 
subject ESL. Position created by Board Resolution No. 
820309-B19. Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981- 
82 salary schedule. 



P20309-K13 
Rescission 



RESOLVED: That effective on dates shown by Board 
Resolution No. 820209-Kl, pertaining to the Temporary 
Appointments of John J. Richardson and Forest W. Summerlln, 
be rescinded and they be reappointed by Board Resolution 
No. 820309-Jl. 



820309-K14 



Amendment 



RESOLVED: That Resolution No. 820209-K13, pertaining 
to the resignation of ELLEN WEISBERG, be amended to show 
the date of the resignation as January 29, 1982 instead of 
as February 5, 1982. 



820309-K15 



Assignment 


Long-Term 


Substitute 



RESOLVED: That effective March 1, 1982 thru June 21, 
1982, MARTHA WCKL be assigned as a Temporary Schedule I 
Long-Term Substitute Instructor at Mission Community College 
Center, Vice JUANITA OWENS, Acting Assistant Director. 
Subject In-Plant Printing. Salary shall be In accordance 
with the 1981-82 salary schedule. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject; Resolution No. 820309-Ll 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases or contributions 

Presidnct and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-Bl has made available 
to Its employees the provisions of Section 403 (b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects to accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-Bl authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403(b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as selected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



3/9/82 - LI Page 1 

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EMPLOYEE NO. 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 

Bankers Life & Casualty 
Equitable Life Assurance 

Great American Life 



Great West Life 



Kemper Investors 
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Metropolitan Life 
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Paul Revere Variable 
II 

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Teachers Insurance & Annuity 
Variable Annuity Life 



018953 


$200.00 


022093 


275.00 


977640 


250.00 


022259 


1,111.00 


025142 


330.00 


036627 


944.00 


031438 


250.00 


040331 


500.00 


040829 


355.00 


052911 


703.00 


909150 


869.00 


920248 


220.00 


054935 


200.00 


928370 


683.00 


027111 


466.00 


916833 


92.00 


042034 


400.00 


052563 


1,000.00 


083737 


600.00 


026619 


400.00 


003369 


250.00 


016660 


800.00 


030715 


392.00 


035631 


500.00 


035646 


250.00 


041414 


200.00 


047510 


400.00 


968300 


545.00 



Tax Sheltered Custodial Account 



State Street Bank & Trust 



008523 
020926 



700.00 
850.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED; That the Governing Board amend the salary 

of the following individual employees by 
the amount indicated as a result of their termination of amendment 
to employment contract: 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 

Great West Life 
It 

Kemper Investors 
Massachusetts Mutual Life 



Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

3/9/82 - LI Page 2 



EMPLOYEE NO. 



915456 
920248 
022004 
063693 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



$345.00 
500.00 
650.00 
600.00 



Submitted by, 

Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the , 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-L2 

Reemployment of Service Retirants 
Under Education Code Section 23919 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 23919 reads as follows: "Any 
retirant may be employed by a school district or other employing agency, 
except as provided in Sections 45134 and 88033, and earn not more than five 
thousand dollars ($5,000) in any one school year and the rate of pay for such 
employment shall not be less than the minimum, nor exceed that paid by the 
employer to other employees performing comparable duties. The employment 
shall not operate to reinstate the retirant as a member of this system, or to 
terminate or suspend his or her retirement allowance, and no deduction shall 
be made from his or her salary as contributions to this system." 

Resolution No. 811006-K21 adopted by the SFCCD Governing Board noted 
the retirement of Eugene A. Fuller, Jr., effective October 19, 1981, and the 
Community College Centers Division has approved Mr. Fuller's application for 
reemployment under Section 17.12 of the District/AFT Contract. 

Resolution No. 820126-G15 adopted by the SFCCD Governing Board gave 
recognition to the intent of Herbert E. Davis to retire on January 29, 1982, 
and City College of San Francisco has approved Mr. Davis's application for 
reemployment under Section 17.12 of the District/AFT Contract. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the following retirants be reemployed under Education 
Code Section 23919 for the term and duties indicated below 
at a compensation not to exceed $5,000 in any one school year: 

EUGENE A. FULLER, JR. - February 1982 to January 1987 
Centers Division - Professional Services 

HERBERT E. DAVIS - September 1982 to June 1985 
City College - Professional Services 



Submitted by. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Reccimmended for adoption: 



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Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 
3/9/82 -L2 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-S] 

Authorization to contract with the Vancouver Community 
College District, Vancouver, B.C., for a faculty exchange 
position for the academic year, 1982-83 

President and Members: 

Individual faculty exchanges with other colleges and universities result 
in mutual benefit to both institutions involved. This provides a method of enrich- 
ment for the institutions with no additional costs, and as such it is worthy of 
support. 

California Education Code Section 87A22 reads in part as follows: "The 
governing board of a community college district, subject to the rules and regulations 
prescribed by the board of governors may enter into an agreement with the proper 
authorities of any foreign country, or of any state, territory, or possession of 
the United States, or other district within the state, for the exchange of regularly 
credentialed employees and employees of public schools of any foreign country, state, 
territory, or possession, or other district with the state." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with the Vancouver Community College 

District, Vancouver, B.C., for a faculty exchange position 
for the academic year, 1982-83. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and /or Vice 

Chancellor, Certificated Services are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by. 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 



Kenneth S. Washington, President 
City College of San Francisco 

Recommended for adoption: 



Reginald Alexander 

Vice Chancellor, Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



3/9/82 - SI 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-S2 

Adoption of Instructional Calendars for the Centers 
Division for the Academic Year 1982-83 

President and Members: 

The following instructional calendars for the school year 1982-83 are 

submitted for adoption. It is in keeping with the applicable provisions of the 

California Education Code and the basic principles followed for past years in 
establishing the school year. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional calendars of the Conmunity 
College Centers Division for the school year 1982-83 are 
hereby adopted. 



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820309-S2 

Page 1 of 4 Pages 



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PROPOSED CENTERS INSTRUCTIONAL EARLY CALENDAR 1982-83 
CALENDAR I - (ALEMANY , CHINATOWN/NORTH BEACH, JOHN ADAMS) 



FALL 1982 - STARTING DATE: AUGUST 16 - ENDING DATE: DECEMBER 18 



Monday, August 16 
Monday, September 6 
Tuesday, September 7 
Monday, October 11 
Thursday, November 11 
Thursday, November 25 
Friday, November 26 
Saturday, November 27 
Saturday, December 18 
Monday, December 20 - 



Friday, December 31 



Instruction Begins 
Labor Day 

Faculty Planning Day 
Holiday, Columbus Day 
Holiday, Veterans Day 
Thanksg iv ing 
Thanksgiving Vacation 
Thanksgiving Vacation 
last Instructional Day 
Winter Recess 



INSTRUCTION DAYS 84 



SPRING 1983 - STARTING DATE: January 8 - ENDING DATE: May 28 

Monday, January 3 - Friday, January 7 Winter Recess 

Saturday, January 8 Instruction begins 

Friday, January 14 Holiday, Martin Luther King's Birthday 

Saturday, January 15 Holiday 

Monday, February 7 Faculty Planning Day 

Friday, February 11 Holiday, Lincoln's Birthday 

Saturday, February 12 Holiday 

Monday, February 21 Holiday, Washington's Birthday 

Monday, March 28 - Saturday, April 2 Spring Recess 

Saturday, May 28th Last Instructional Day 

INSTRUCTION DAYS 91 

TOTAL INSTRUCTION DAYS 175 

FACULTY PLANNING DAYS 2 

TOTAL 177 



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PROPO SED CENTERS IN STRUCTIONAL EARLY CALENDAR 1982-83 

CALENDAR II - DOWNTOWN, GALILEO, MISSION, JOHN O'CONNELL, 
SKILLS CENTER AND JOHN ADAMS 



FALL 1982 - STARTING DATE: SEPTEMBER 8 - ENDING DATE: JANUARY 29 



Tuesday, September 7 , 

Wednesday, September 8 

Monday, October 11 

Thursday, November II 

Thursday, November 25 

Friday, November 26 

Saturday, November 27 

Monday, December 20 - Friday, December 31 

Monday, January 3 

Friday, January 14 

Saturday, January 15 

Saturday, January 29 



Faculty Planning Day 

Instruction Begins 

Holiday, Columbus 

Holiday, Veterans' Day 

Thanksgiving Vacation 

Thanksgiving Vacation 

Thanksgiving Vacation 

Christmas Recess 

Instruction Resumes 

Holiday, Martin Luther King's Birthday 

Holiday 
Last Instructional Day 



INSTRUCTION DAYS 88 

Monday, January 31 -February 4 - Mid -Year Recess 

SPRING 1983 - STARTING DATE: FEBRUARY 8 - ENDING DATE: JUNE 20 

Monday, February 7 Faculty Planning Day 

Tuesday, February 8 Instruction Begins 

Friday, February 11 Holiday, Lincoln's Birthday 

Saturday, February 12 Holiday 

Monday, February 21 Holiday, Washington Birthday 

Monday, March 28 - April 2 Spring Recess 

Monday, May 30 Holiday, Memorial Day 

Monday, June 20 last Instructional Day 

INSTRUCTION DAYS 87 

TOTAL INSTRUCTION DAYS 175 

FACUI.TY PLANNING DAYS 2 

TOTAL SERVICE DAYS 177 



820309-S2 
Page 3 of 4 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



Submitted by. 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309- S3 

Authorizing destruction of records. 
List No. 6 , District Business Office 

President and Members: 

The District Business Office has a formal records management system 
including a procedure for classification, retention, and destruction of its 
records. 

The system conforms to the regulations contained in Title 5, Cali- 
fornia Administrative Code, Chapter 2.5, commencing with Section 59020. It 
also exceeds the records retention requirements set by the U. S. Department 
of Health, Education and Welfare under Title 45, Code of Federal Regulations, 
commencing with Section 74.20. 

Records classified as "Permanent," if microfilmed in accordance 
with regulations, and records classified as "Disposable," at the end of their 
retention period, may be destroyed. 

Attached is a Recommendation for Destruction of Records, List No. 6, 
containing a list of records of the District Business Office that have passed 
the retention period and/or have been microfilmed. 

Title 5, California Administrative Code Section 59028 reads as 
follows: "The governing board shall: (a) approve or disapprove the recom- 
mendations of the chief administrative officer; (b) order a reclassification 
when necessary or desirable; (c) order by action recorded in the minutes 
(with lists attached) the destruction of records in accordance with these 
regulations . " 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The records of the District Business Office listed in the 

attached Recommendation for Destruction of Records, List 
No. 6 , have passed the statutory retention period and/or have been 
microfilmed ; 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business be and is 

hereby authorized and directed to destroy those records specified 
in the attached Recom.ncndation for Destruction of Records, List 
No. 6 , District Business Office, by shredding. 

Sjbmitted by. 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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SAN FRAHCISCO COMIUJMITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
RECOMMENDATION FOR DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS 



List No. 



I 



Page 



1 



of 



In accordance x^'lth Title 5, California Administrative Code Chapter 2.5, 
comracnclnr, vith Section 59020, the records of Distrct Business Office 
listed below are recommended for destruction. I certify that nb records are 
included in the list In conflict with the provisions of said rejiulatlons. 



KA!1E AND/OR TITLE OF FILE 


RECORDS 
DATE 


REFERE!,'Cr./ 
SERIAL NO. 


IF MTCROFIL>fED, 
ROLL INDEX NO. 


TIMESHEETS 








Overtime 


1970-71 




DBO 71 502 Rl 


City College - Temporary 


1970-71 


5/71-6/71 


DBO 71 502 Rl 


District Office - Adult/District 


1970-71 




DBO 71 502 Rl 


Overtime 


1971-72 




DBO 71 502 Rl 


Citv Colleee - Temporary 


1971-72 




DBO 71 502 R2 


VEIP 


1971-72 


1/72-6/72 


DBO 71 502 R2 


District Office - Adiil t /District 


1971-72 


7/71-1?/71 


DBO 71 S09 R? 


EEA 


1971-72 




DBO 72 502 Rl ^\ 


District Office - Adult/District 


■ 1971-72 


1/72-6/72 


DBO 72 502 Rl 


EEA 


1972-73 




DfiO 72 502 Rl 


District Office - Adult/District 


1972-73 




DBO 72 502 Rl 


VETP • ' 


1972-73 




,pnO 72 502 Rl i R 


City Collrege - Temporary 


1972-73 




DBO 72 502 R2 


Overtime 


1972-73 




DBO 73 502 Rl 


Overtime 


1973-74 




DBO 73 502 Rl & R 


City College - Temporary 


1973-7A 




DBO 73 502 R2 


EEA 


1973-74 




BDO 73 502 R2 



Destruction Approved 
per Resolution No. 


Destruction 


Supervised 


by: 


Date 


' 







Signed 

Date 

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Chancellor Superintendent 



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SFCCD DnO-13A 
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SAN FRAl^CISCO COMMUNITY rOU.F.CE DISTRICT 



RECOIDIENDATION FOR DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS 



List No. 



Page 



of 



In accordance with Title 5, California Administrative Code Chapter 2.5, 

ComraencinR with Section 59020, the records of District Business Office 

listed below are recommended for destruction. I certify that no records are 
Included in the list in conflict with the provisions of said regulations. 



NAME AND/OR TITLE OF FILE 


• RECORDS 
DATE 


REFEREIXT./ 
SERIAL NO. 


IF HTC]lOFIL>n-.D, 
ROLL INDEX NO. 


District Office - Adult/District 


1973-7A 




DBO 73 502 R2 


VEIP 


1973-74 




DBO 74 502 Rl 


■ 

District Office - Adult/District 


1974-75 




DBO 74 502 Rl 


EEA 


1974-75 




DBO 74 502 Rl 


Adult Division - Daily Report 


1974-75 




DBO 74 502 Rl 


Overtime 


1974-75 




DBO 74 502 R2 • 


City College - Temporary 


1974-75 




DBO 74 502 R2 


VEIP 


1974-75 




DBO 74 502 R3 


BUDGET 






• 


Budget Requests 


■ 1974-75 




DBO 74 801 Rl 


Publication Budget 


1974-75 




d60 74 801 Rl 


Control 


1974-75 




DBO 74 801 Rl 


^^- Tentative Budget 


1974-75 




DBO 74 801 Rl 


Personal- Services - Class/Cert Sal. 


1974-75 




DBO 74 801 Rl 


Adopted Budget 


1974-75 




DBO 74 801 Rl 


. , A f. Division 


1974-75 




DBO 74 801 Rl 


Capital Outlay 


1974-75 




DBO 74 801 Rl 


Certificated Salary Data 


1974-75 




DBO 74 801 Rl ' 



Destruction Approved 
per Resolution No. 


Destruction 


Supervised 


by: 


Date 









Signed 



Date 



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Chancellor Superintendent 



Va/A 



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SAN FRAI^CISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 



RECOMMENDATION FOR DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS 



List No. 



Page 



of 



In accordance with Title 5, California Administrative Code Chapter 2.5, 

commencing vith Section 59020, the records of District Business Office 

listed below are recommended for destruction. I certify that no records are 
included in the list in conflict x^?ith the provisions of said regulations. 



NA^IE AND/OR TITLE OF FILE 



RECORDS 
DATE 



REFERE!;cr7 
SERIAL NO. 



IF MICROFILMED, 
ROLL INDEX NO. 



Revenues 



1974-75 



DBO 7A 801 R2 



Personal Services 



1974-75 



DBO 74 801 R2 



Governing Board 



1974-75 



DBO 74 801 R2 



Budget Files 



1974-75 



DBO 74 801 R2 



Destruction Approved 
per 'Resolution No. 


Destruction Supervised by: 


Date 


• 



/^-y 



Signed 




Date 



/ ' Chancellor Superintendent 



• 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community Collep;e District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309- S4 

Adoption of Instructional Calendar for the College 
Division for the Academic Year 1982-83 

President and Members : 

The following instructional calendar for the academic year 1982-83 is 

submitted for adoption. It is in keeping with the applicable provisions of the 

California Education Code and the basic principles followed for past years in 
establishing the academic year. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional calendar of the College 
Division for the academic year 1982-83 is hereby adopted. 



Statistical 
Months 

1 Aug. 16 - Sep. 10 



p 


Sep. 


13 - Oct, 


. 8 


3 


Oct. 


11 - Nov, 


. 5 


k 


Nov. 


8 - Dec. 


3 


5 


Dec. 


6 - Dec. 


31 


6 


Jan. 


3 - Jan. 


28 



CALENDAR I982-I983 

Holidays and 
Faculty Meetings 

Aug. 16 - Sep. 3: No Classes 

Sep . 6 : Labor Day 

Sep. 7: Faculty Meeting 



Oct. 11 



Columbus Day 



Nov. 11: Veterans' Day 

Nov. 25 - 26: Thanksgiving Days 

Dec. 20 - 31: Christmas Vacation 

Jan. ik : Martin Luther King's 
Birthday 



Teaching 
Days 



3 
20 
19 

17 
10 

19 



88 



Jan. 31 - Feb. 25 



8 Feb. 28 


- Mar. 


25 


9 Mar. 28 


- Apr. 


22 


10 Apr. 25 


- May 


20 


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Jan. 31 - Feb. h: Midyear Recess 

Feb. 7: Faculty Meetinp; 

Feb. 11: Lincoln's Birthday 

Feb. 21: Washington's Birthday 



Mar. 28 - Apr. 1: Spring Vacation 



12 
20 
15 
20 



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11 May 23 - Jun. 17 

12 Jun. 20 - Jul. 15 



May 30: Memorial Day 
Jun. 21 - 2k: No Classes 



Teaching Days 
Faculty Meetings 



19 

1 



87 

175 

2_ 

177 



COLLEGE CALENDAR 1982-1983 



FALL SEMESTER 1982 



July 23 

August 19 - 
September 3 

September 6 

September T 

September 8 

September 10 

September IT 
September 27 
October 1 

October 8 

October 8 

October 11 
October ^9 

November 10 



Last day to file applications for admission or readmission 

Registration 

Holiday, Labor Day 

Faculty Meeting 

Instruction begins 

First day to add and drop classes and to change sections 

Last day to add classes or to chanf?;e sections 

First census day 

Last day to drop classes (no notation will appear on the 
student's permanent record); or to file petition to reduce 
number of units in order to qualify for a tuition refund 

Last day to file petition to receive the Associate in Arts 
or the Associate in Science degree 

Last day to remove an Incomplete grade received in the 
previous semester 

Holiday, Columbus Day 

End of midterm period 

Last day for student-initiated withdrawal from classes 

(a "W" grade will appear on the student's permanent record); 

or to file petition for leave of absence 



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November 11 
November 15 
November 19 

November 2U 

November 25-26 
December 10 

December 20-31 

January 3 

January ik 

January 21-28 

January 31 - 
February h 



Holiday, Veterans' Day 

Second census day 

Last day to apply for admission to the Spring 1983 entering 
class in the curricula in Aircraft-Maintenance Technology, 
Dental-Laboratory Technology, Radiologic Technology, and 
Respiratory Therapy 

Last day to apply for admission to the Spring 1983 entering 
class in the curricula in Dental Assisting and Hotel and 
Restaurant Operation 

Thanksgiving Vacation 

Last day for instructor-initiated withdrawal (a "W" grade 
will appear on the student's permanent record) 

Christmas Vacation 

Instruction resumes 

Holiday, Martin Luther King's Birthday 

Final examinations 

Mid-year recess 



SPRING SEMESTER I983 



December 27 

December 20 - 
February 6 

February T 

February 8 

February 10 

Febriiary 1 1 

February 15 

'February IT 
February 21 



Last day to file applications for admission or readmission 

Registration 

Faculty Meeting 

Instruction begins 

First day to add and drop classes and to change sections 

Holiday, Lincoln's Birthday 

Last day to apply for admission to the Fall 1983 and Spring 
198U entering classes in the curriculum in Nursing 

Last day to add classes or to change sections 

Holiday, Washington's Birthday 



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Febriifii-.y PB 
March U 

March 8 
March 8 



March 28 
April 1 

April 7 



April 8 
April 11 

April 22 



May 13 

May 13 

May 30 
June 13-20 



First censur. day 

Last day to drop classes (no notation will appear on the 
student's permanent record); or to file petition to reduce 
number of units in order to qualify for a tuition refund 

Last day to file petition to receive the Associate in Arts 
or the Associate in Science degree 

Last day to remove an Incomplete {^rade received in the 
previous semester 



Spring Vacation 

Last day for student-initiated withdrawal from classes 

(a "W" grade will appear on the student's permanent record); 

or to file petition for leave of absence 

End of midterm period 

Second census day 

Last day to apply for admission to the Fall 1983 entering 
class in the curricula in Aircraft-Maintenance Technology, 
Dental-Laboratory Technology, Radiologic Technology, and 

Respiratory Therapy 

Last day to apply for admission to the Fall 1983 entering 
class in the curricula in Dental Assisting and Hotel and 

Restaurant Operation 

Last day for instructor-initiated withdrawal (a "W" grade 
will appear on the student's permanent record) 

Holiday, Memorial Day 

Final examinations 

Submitted by. 



Judy C. Miner 
As r. i s t an t Dean 
Admissions and Records 



Rosa G. Perez 
Vice President 
Student Services 



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Recommended for adoption; 



Herbert M. Sussraan 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-S5 

Authorization to conduct a Summer Intersession in the 
Community College Centers of the San Francisco 
Community College District; classes to be held 
both day and evening from July 6 to August 13, 1982. 



President and Members: 

Form CC-EP-3 (Revised), Application for Approval to Maintain a 
Summer Session, of the Office of the Chancellor, California Community 
Colleges, requires that the Governing Board of each community college 
district that intends to hold a summer session recommend that the 
Chancellor of the California Community Colleges approve the summer 
session program. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco 
Community College District recommends that the 
Chancellor of the California Community Colleges 
approve the 1982 Summer Intersession of the Community 
College Centers of the San Francisco Community 
College District, to be held both day and evening 
from July 6 to August 13, 1982. 



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Respectfully submitted. 



Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



Carlos B. Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussnl 

President 

Community College Centers 



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The Honorable Governing Board of 

the San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-Wl 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement 
with Metropolitan Community Church for the use 
of space by the Community College Centers Division. 

President and Members: 

The Community College Centers Division will tre using a facility 
at Metropolitan Community Church, 150 Eureka Street, San Francisco, to 
conduct Experimental Program Classes.- Charges shall be according to each 
day of use including all maintenance, utilities and custodial services. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to enter into a rental 
agreement with Metropolitan Community Church, 150 Eureka Street, 
San Francisco, at a daily rental charge as listed below; said charges 
to include all maintenance, utilities and custodial services. 
Charges may vary according to actual usage. The term of the agree- 
ment shall be from March 2, 1982 to June 30, 1982 and shall not 
exceed $500 total for the term. 

Daily Rental Rates 



Description 




Square Feet 


(Approx, 


jl 




Amount 


Room 4 or 21 






200 










$ 7.50 


Rooms 6 thru 8 






450 










15.00 


Social Hall 






750 










20.00 


Sanctuary 






1,200 










20.00 


(less 25% discount 


for 


continuous i 


use — 4 


sess 


ions 


or more 


within a month 


period.) 















FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage 

by fire, earthquake, the elements or enemy 
attack, including any action by the military, naval or air forces of 
the United States; except, however, that the Lessee shall be respon- 
sible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San 

Francisco Community College District shall 
arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority of 
a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by 
the Real Estate Department for and on behalf of the Community 
College District, and duly certified as to funds by the Controller 
of the City and County of San Francisco pursuant to the provisions 
of Section 6.302 of the Charter of said City and County. 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by: 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Hilary Hsu 
Director 
Business Services 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-W2 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement 
with the Fort Mason Foundation. 

President and Members: 

For several years the Community College Centers Division has been using 
approximately 22,000 square feet in Building "B" at Fort Mason, San' Francisco. The 
use was permitted by the United States Department of the Interior under permit 
number 4-8140-0318. 

The control and operation of the Fort Mason center has been turned over to 
the Fort Mason Foundation by the United States Department of the Interior under 
Cooperative Agreement No. CX814060007. The Community College Centers Division wishes 
to continue to conduct classes at this location and wishes to enter into an agreement 
with the new managers of the Fort Mason Center - the Fort Mason Foundation. The rental 
charge will be limited to the cost of electrical and water utilities in the amount of 
$455. The electrical and water utilities are provided by the Lessor. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 
Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized to 
enter into a rental agreement with the Fort Mason Foundation, 
Building A, Fort Mason, San Francisco, for the use of 22,000 
square feet of floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said 

space shall be limited to $455, the 
cost of electrical and water utilities provided by the Lessor. 
The gas utilities, maintenance and custodial services will be 
provided by the San Francisco Community College District. The 
term of the rental agreement shall be from January 1, 1982, 
through June 30, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible 

for damage by fire, earthquake, the 
elements, or enemy attack, including any action taken by the 
military, naval, or air forces of the United States, except, 
however, that the Lessee shall be responsible for damage by 
its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of 

the San Francisco Community College 
District shall arise under this agreement unless performed 
under the authority of a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by 
the District and approved by the Real Estate Department for 
and on behalf of the Community College District, and duly 
certified as to funds by the Controller of said City and 



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County pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.302 of the Charter 
of said City and County. 



Recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 
Vice Chancellor 
Business 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 820309-W3 

Authorization to issue Interdepartmental Work 
Orders to the Department of Public Works for 
electrical and building repair improvements and 
alterations required by the installation of 
computer equipment at City College. 

President and Members: 

The Governing Board authorized a contract with Systems & Computer Technology 
Corp. to obtain electronic data processing management professional and technical services 
by Resolution No. 810407-B2. A part of this project involves the evaluation and selection 
of computer hardware. In connection with this selection, representatives from SCT and 
the staff of the Office of Facilities and Planning have determined that repair alterations 
and improvements of the existing facility at Batmale Hall at City College are needed. 

The electrical utilities and the air conditioning system must be altered to 
accommodate computer equipment. This involves the rewiring of the under floor area of 
the computer center; the installation and acquisition of a transfer switch and transformer; 
rewiring of main feeder; the acquisition and installation of air conditioning equipment 
needed to renew and upgrade the existing air conditioning system. 

The District staff have obtained estimates on the required work and it appears 
that a budget of $89,290 will be adequate to accomplish the project. 

In order to accomplish the needed work in a timely manner and not to disrupt 
the operation of the computer center and thus affect classes, it is essential that the 
work be accomplished by the City Department of Public Works. It is requested that City 
Department of Public Works be authorized to provide the needed services, labor and 
materials through emergency power exercised by the Governing Board to permit the 
continuance of existing classes. 

California Education Code Section 81648 reads as follows: 

"In an emergency when any repairs, alterations, work or 
improvement is necessary to permit the continuance of 
existing school classes, or to avoid danger to life or 
property, the board may by unanimous vote, with the 
approval of the county superintendent of schools, make 
a contract in writing or otherwise on behalf of the 
district for the performance of labor and furnishing 
of materials or supplies for the purpose without 
advertising for or inviting bids." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 



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RESOLVED: That the Vice Chancellor, Business, is authorized 

to issue the necessary Interdepartmental Work Orders 
to the Department of Public Works for electrical and building 
repair improvements and alterations at City College, Batmale Hall, 
required by the installation of computer equipment. The work will 
be charged to SFCCD Appn. No. SI i,9050 62U00 - Computer Improvement 
Project - Buildings. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board under the 

authority vested in it by California 
Education Code Section 81648 hereby declares that this emergency 
action is necessary to permit the continuance of existing City 
College Classes. 

Submitted by: 



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Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Iwamoto 
Vice Chancellor, 
Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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NOTE: THIS RESOLUTION REQUIRES SEVEN (7) AFFIRMATIVE VOTES FOR ADOPTION 



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